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Boohoo, Harrods and Adidas publish gender pay gap results

Boohoo, Harrods, Matalan, Jigsaw, Mothercare and Adidas are among the latest retailers to unveil their gender pay results, following government requirements.

Boohoo’s figures show that its mean hourly rate for women is 5.9% lower than men. The median is the same for both men and women.

At Adidas, the mean hourly rate for women is 18.4% lower than for men, while the median is 2.3% lower.

River Island’s figures show its mean hourly rate for women is 9.7% lower than men, while the median is 17.7% lower. 

At Jigsaw the women’s hourly rate is 36% lower than men and the median rate is 17.7% lower. 

Gant’s mean hourly rate for women is 20.1% lower than that for men, and the median for women is 11.3% lower.

At Harrods, the mean hourly rate for women is 4.2% lower than men but the median rate for women is 1% higher.

Matalan’s mean hourly rate for women is 13.7% lower and the median is the same as men. 

At Mothercare the mean hourly rate for women is 40.6% lower than for men, while the median is 25.3% lower.

Hackett’s mean hourly rate for women is 17.5%, lower while the median is 3% higher.

At Blacks Outdoor Retail, the mean hourly rate for women is 5.9% lower than men while the median is 2.3% lower.

The mean UK gender pay gap is 17.4%, the Office for National Statistics Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2017 shows, and the retail average is 16.4%.

Companies with more than 250 employees have until 4 April to submit their gender pay gap reporting information.

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