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Gender Pay Gap

4th 04 2019


Hogan Lovells and Eversheds Sutherland are the latest firms to include partners when reporting on gender pay gap.

The report shows that, when including partner level, men are paid 52.9% more than women at Hogan Lovells and 58.3% more at Eversheds.

However, when looking at partnership alone, at Hogan Lovells – women are paid 2.1% more than men. This is the second year for the firm where women have been better paid at partner level. Equally at Eversheds, the pay difference for partners was 6.2% in favour of women.

Hogan Lovells have further joined the ranks of firms reporting on BAME pay gap. Across the firm the pay gap is 11.2% but at partner level it rises to 46.3%. Eversheds declined to reveal an ethnicity pay gap

Firms with 250 or more employees have until Thursday to comply with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations and report the pay gap between men and women.