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Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) paid out 30% less in bonuses to its female employees than its male employees last year, the firm’s gender pay gap data has revealed.

The disparity in bonus payments is contained in a report published by the firm late last year, ahead of an April reporting deadline for all companies employing more than 250 people to submit information about their gender pay gap.

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Rose Walker

Rose joined Legal Week in 2015 and was appointed news editor in 2019. She covers a variety of UK and international law firms.

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