Property giants make little progress on gender pay gap

Pay gap

Women in Property chair Mandy St John Davey ‘underwhelmed’ by industry efforts to tackle pay disparity.

Property Week’s analysis of 18 of the UK’s largest property firms that had filed their remuneration data by Tuesday, just days before the government’s 5 April deadline, shows that 10 had gone backwards while eight, including Colliers International and Savills, had made improvements. Some big names such as British Land and Knight Frank had yet to publish their data.

The average median pay gap among the 18 firms was 26.7%, well above the national average last year of 18.4%.

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