Telegraph Media Group reveals 35% gender pay gap

Pay gap is the biggest of any UK media organisation to have reported official figures to dateWomen working at Telegraph Media Group (TMG) get paid 35% less than men on average, the biggest gender pay gap of any UK newspaper publisher or broadcaster to have reported official figures to date.Nick Hugh, the chief executive of Telegraph Media Group, said the pay gap was unacceptable and he committed to closing the gap to zero by 2025. Hugh said the publisher would work to close the gap by introducing 50:50 gender shortlists for all vacant positions and would do more to promote women to top jobs. Related: Navratilova: BBC pays McEnroe 10 times more for Wimbledon role Pretty disheartening to discover the Telegraph's gender pay gap is 35 per cent. Nearly three quarters (73 per cent) of the most senior staff are male and 63 per cent of the most junior are female. Hmm. https://t.co/a4SWs9Xk3GAs I've spent a lot of time hammering the BBC for its gender pay gap, it would be hypocritical of me not to say that the Telegraph's 35% pay gap is woefulHugely dispiriting to find women at The Telegraph are being paid 35 per cent less than men. And astonishing to hear it will take seven years to put right. Have sudden desire to throw myself under a horse. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2018-03-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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