Bakers and Mayer Brown gender pay stats ahead of curve
Mayer Brown and Baker McKenzie have released their gender pay statistics, both showing that their disparities are not as great as many fellow UK firms.
Mayer Brown’s women earn on average 15.3% less than men, though the figure increases to 34.2% on a median basis. 38% of the firm’s men received bonuses, compared with just 30% of women.
Bakers’ male employees receive on average 17% more than their female counterparts, or 32% going by the median figure. Regarding bonuses, men receive an average of 40% more than women, though calculated by the median figure the gap is 29%.