Nuffield Trust: the gender pay gap in the NHS

The Nuffield Trust | April 2018  | The gender pay gap in the NHS: the story so far

Businesses with that employ more than 250 employees across Great Britain have  recently reported details of the gender pay gap in their organisation, in line with the requirements of The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) regulations. Now John Appleby,  Director of Research and Chief Economist at the Nuffield Trust has written a blog post about the gender pay gap in the NHS.  As it is the largest single employer in Britain – three times the size of the largest private sector employer, Tesco. Most of its organisations (principally trusts) employ over 250 staff.  Appleby questions: what does the data tell us about the gender pay gap in the NHS? (Nuffield Trust)

The full post can be read here 

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