By Helen Crane2018-03-26T11:07:00
JLL has become the first major commercial property agent to publish its gender pay gap report, which shows a mean gender pay gap of 36.7% and a median gap of 6.6%.
Under new regulations, companies in Great Britain with more than 250 employees must publish their gender pay gap figures on their website and upload them to a government website by 4 April 2018.
JLL said the reason for its gender pay gap was that there were fewer women in senior leadership positions, as four-fifths of its most senior roles in the UK are currently occupied by men.
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