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Companies sign up to urge govt action on gender pay gap

Meanwhile, Strategic Pay's look at gap between total male and female shows an improvement, although private sector lags.

The gender pay gap has improved slightly in 2022.

Dita De Boni Wed, 21 Sep 2022

A baker’s dozen of big New Zealand businesses have ramped up their action on the pay gap, publishing an open letter in support of mandatory pay gap reporting.

The thirteen businesses asking the government to change the rules - SkyCity, Westpac, Frucor Suntory, AIA, Lion, DB Breweries, Coca Cola,

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