Pinsents restates pay gap data and calls for firms to agree to more transparency on partner earnings
Firm revises pay gap figures to include partners with numbers highlighting dearth of female partners at senior levels
Pinsent Masons has restated its gender pay gap figures to include partner data and called on fellow law firms to work together to develop a common approach to pay disclosures next year, in a bid to address the lack of gender parity in the profession.
The firm has gone beyond its previous statutory filing – which revealed a 22% mean hourly pay gap across all staff and a 47% bonus gap – to highlight the impact that the lack of women at partner level makes on the figures.
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