Study warns of ‘management pay gap’

A female manager would have to work 14 years longer than a male counterpart to earn as much as them over a career, according to a new study.

The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) has reported a widening gap in pay and bonuses between men and women in management jobs, with women in their 40s now said to earn more than a third less than men…

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