On average, men in Apple's UK operations earn 5 percent more than women's companies revealed on Tuesday one day ahead of a deadline for British companies over 250 people to disclose their gender differences. However, women advance by 2 percent when they go median Reuters reported. Apple said the discrepancy averaged over more senior men receiving higher salaries, bonuses and stock grants.
30 percent of the company's UK employees are women, up from 28 percent in 201
In a statement, Apple said it would take steps to try to fill in any loopholes, such as not asking employees for paychecks since this year.
The multinational corporation The company is regularly proud of its attempts to reduce racial and gender differences in the world of work. Nonetheless, significant differences persist – an internal report from November confirmed its international gender segregation as 68 percent men and 32 percent women, with only 29 percent of leadership roles being in female hands.
Among the top executives, 5 out of 16 are women, including retail clerk Angela Ahrendts and general counsel Katherine Adams. The board has two women, Andrea Jung and Susan Wagner.