Bonus pay gap revealed on Facebook UK

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Women working for Facebook in the UK of the division to get near to the half of the amount of the premium to be paid than their male counterparts, despite a similar proportion of each sex to get a kind of top-up award.

The median kind of bonus that the pay gap in the company is 41.5%, according to figures presented to the government.

However, the equivalent of the gap in hourly wages was much smaller – 9.9%.

This means that when the comparison of the medians of hourly rates, Facebook’s female staff to win 90p for every £1 that his salary of men.

This title figure compares favorably to Google UK, which has reported 16% of the median hourly rate of the pay gap earlier this week.

Facebook employs approximately 1,500 people in the united KINGDOM.

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His data states that 87.8% of working men received a bonus payment, compared to 86.3 per cent of its female employees.

He told the BBC that part of the reason there is a large difference in the amount they have received is because a greater proportion of its engineering teams and high-level executives were male than in other areas of the business.

“Technical roles usually have a higher market rate than other positions because of their more specialised skills, but also the highest rate of demand for these skills in the market,” says Fiona Mullan, the company’s human resources chief for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

“And the same would be true for leadership positions.”

She added that the company is looking to address the gap, but that would involve more women were encouraged to study topics relevant to the school and to the university.

“We really need to have a back to basics approach, and will require more effort by Facebook to change fundamentally the difference between the representation of men and women in the workplace, especially in technical careers,” said Ms Mullan.

“It is a problem of society.”

Organizations with more than 250 employees have until 4 April to publish their own gender pay gap data. The numbers are accessible to the public via a government website.