Tag : Gender pay gap
Thousands of UK companies – including 139 fashion, footwear and accessories brands and retailers – have filed their gender pay gap figures for 2018/19, shining a spotlight on the issue of gender equality in the workplace.
No progress on fashion's gender pay gapSubscription
Women working in the fashion, footwear and accessories industry were paid on median average 92p for every £1 earned by a man in 2018/19 – the same as last year.
BRC working to reduce gender pay gap Subscription
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Government Equality Office (GEO) have said they are working with retailers to reduce their gender pay gaps.
Retail hires top number of female bosses Subscription
The retail sector recruited the highest number of women to senior jobs during 2018, as almost a quarter of chief appointments went to female candidates.
Ecommerce gender pay gap 26%Subscription
Men in the retail ecommerce industry are paid 26% more than women on average, a new study shows.
Fashion retail's gender pay gap: the next stepsSubscription
What does the gender pay gap data really tell us about inequality in the fashion industry?
Fashion retailers need to open senior roles up to flexible working if they are serious about tackling the gender pay gap, industry experts have said.
Gender pay: Investigate fashion retail's data Subscription
The data is now in. Drapers has compiled a series of comprehensive and interactive tables outlining how fashion, accessories and footwear businesses have performed.
Boohoo, Harrods, Matalan, Jigsaw, Mothercare and Adidas are among the latest retailers to unveil their gender pay results, following government requirements.
Coast, Warehouse and Oasis are the latest fashion retailers to disclose their gender pay gap data.