James Hay top-paid employees nearly two-thirds male

Women more than half (54%) of workforce

Victoria McKeever
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James Hay top-paid employees nearly two-thirds male
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James Hay top-paid employees nearly two-thirds male

Some two-thirds (64%) of the top-paid employees at platform James Hay are male, according to its gender pay gap figures, which also revealed women make up more than half (54%) of its workforce.

More than half (56%) of the platform's upper middle quartile employees by pay were women, according to figures published on the gov.uk website. Women also made up more than two-thirds (68%) of its lower...

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