Reed Smith goes beyond pay gap reporting requirements with details of partner earnings

US firm reveals female equity partners are paid more than their male counterparts, although bonuses for women still fall short

Reed Smith has published details of its UK gender pay gap, becoming one of the first firms to include partner figures in its reporting.

The US firm’s report reveals that while male partners are paid on average just 0.83% more than their female counterparts, female UK partners received on average 21.5% less in bonuses.

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