A&O among firms rethinking partner inclusion in pay gap figures as transparency clamour grows
Top firms rethink pay gap reporting as moves by rivals increase pressure to include partners
A growing number of UK top 50 firms are considering whether to restate their gender pay gap figures with partner data included, as recent disclosures by rivals raise the pressure on law firms to be more transparent about the disparity among their senior ranks.
More and more firms are going beyond the statutory reporting requirements and including partners in their reporting, including Clifford Chance (CC), which yesterday (27 March) became the first magic circle firm to include equity partners in its report, and Pinsent Masons, which has restated its figures to include partners and called on fellow law firms to follow suit.
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