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Women at Boots paid 21% less than men despite making up 78% of company

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Boots has become the latest retailer to make its gender pay disparities public coming in above the national average despite employing predominantly women. The health and beauty retailer posted a mean pay gap of 21 per cent, above the national average of 18 per cent, alongside a median gap of five per cent. This disparity is reportedly down do a disproportionate amount of men holding higher paid roles

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Women at Boots paid 21% less than men despite making up 78% of company

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