Sony, Warner Bros & Turner Report Large Gender Pay Gaps And Sizeable Bonus Differences In The UK

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The UK operations of Hollywood studios Sony and Warner Bros as well as Turner have become the latest high-profile U.S. firms to find themselves with massive differences between what they pay men and women – particularly with bonus payments.
Sony has found that it pays men on a mean basis 27.2% more than women and 25.8% on a median basis. This rises to 70.2% in terms of bonuses on a median basis and 53.7% on a mean basis.
Sony’s Head of HR for UK & Ireland Andrew Beaumont…

Warner Bros., Sony, Turner Reveal Big Gender Gap in Pay and Bonuses in the U.K.

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Warner Bros., Sony and Turner have all revealed significant gaps in pay between their male and female employees in the U.K., and an even bigger gender divide in terms of bonuses. In last-minute filings submitted before Wednesday’s government deadline, the three companies reported average pay gaps between men and women ranging from 19.8% to 30.9%. Regarding […]

Amazon Becomes First SVOD Service To Report Gender Pay Figures In The UK – Men Earn 56% More Than Women

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Amazon Video has become the first SVOD service to publish its gender pay statistics in the UK and the numbers do not make for happy reading. The company pays men 56% more than women on a mean basis and 40.1% on a median basis.
The online broadcaster’s bonus scheme doesn’t make the picture any rosier for Amazon Video’s female employees with men earning 71.8% more on a mean basis and 67.4% on a median basis. This compares to national mean gap of 17.4% and a median gap of…

Men Earn 22% More Than Women At Disney In The UK As Hollywood Studio Publishes Gender Pay Statistics

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Disney pays men 22% more than women in the UK – gender pay statistics that put it behind the national average as well as rival U.S. studios including NBC Universal and Viacom.
The Walt Disney Company UK, which employs 1,592, has a mean figure of 22% and a median figure of 15.8%. This compares to national mean gap of 17.4% and a median gap of 18.4%. The gap widens further when it comes to bonuses with mean taking home mean bonuses of 41.9% more than women and 14.4% on a…

Men Earn 3.2% More Than Women At NBCUniversal In The UK, But Bonus Gap Swings The Other Way

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NBC Universal has become the latest Hollywood studio to publish positive gender pay statistics out of the UK. The company pays men 3.2% more on a mean basis and 6.2% on a median basis.
However, when it comes to the gender pay gap in terms of bonuses, it found that women make 5.5% more on a mean basis and 23% on a median basis.
This was well above the national average, which is a mean gap of 17.4% and a median gap of 18.4% and better than a number of other UK television…

Discovery Pays Men 6.7% More Than Women As Factual Giant Publishes UK Gender Pay Report

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Discovery is the latest U.S. media conglomerate to report its gender pay statistics in the UK, and the factual giant found mixed results.
Across its entire UK business, the firm found a 6.7% mean pay gap in favor of men, while within its central Discovery Corporate Services division, the only unit with more than 250 employees and therefore required by government to report, it had a 13.5% mean pay gap in favor of men.
However, when looking at the median figures, which is…

Discovery Finds Gender Pay Gap of 13% for Salaries, 49% for Bonuses at Its Largest U.K. Unit

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Media giant Discovery has reported that male employees earn 13.5% more on average than female staff at its largest operating unit in the U.K. The proportion of men and women receiving bonus payments is almost the same – 88% of women and 87.8% for men – but the size of those bonuses is 49% larger for […]

FremantleMedia Reports U.K. Gender Pay Gap of 32% in Salaries, 84% in Bonuses

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FremantleMedia in the U.K. pays its male employees 32% more than its female employees on average, with the gap rising to 84% when it comes to bonuses. The stark disparities were revealed Friday when the production and distribution giant became the latest British entertainment company to report gender pay figures as legally mandated. The data […]