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The U.K.’s gender pay gap is being fueled by a lack of salary transparency, according to research from Glassdoor.

Dec 01 2021

The U.K.’s gender pay gap is being fueled by a lack of salary transparency, according to research from Glassdoor. According to the survey, just one in four full-time workers say their workplace is transparent about salaries, which is contributing to the pay gap experienced by women. The survey also found that 67% of female employees didn’t ask for a raise in 2020 compared to 37% of men, and that women are 26% less likely than their male peers to request a wage increase in the next year. YPulse’s What’s Next For Work trend research found that the pandemic negatively impacted women’s careers far more than men, with more women losing their jobs and taking pay cuts—and fewer women taking on new roles with higher salaries. According to the Office for National Statistics, the gender pay gap has risen in the U.K., rising from 7% in 2020 to 7.9% in 2021. (AOL)