Slaughters gender pay gap report reveals female associates are paid more than men

Slaughters becomes third magic circle firm to publish gender pay gap report after A&O and Linklaters

Slaughter and May and Ashurst have become the latest firms to file their gender pay gap figures, with Slaughters’ report revealing that its female associates receive higher salaries and more bonus pay than their male counterparts.

The firm’s report states that its female associates are paid on average 2.1% more than men, with average bonus pay for women 2.7% higher than male associates.

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