Foster & Partners announces latest gender pay gap figures

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New figures also submitted by Arup and Atkins

Foster & Partners has published its second annual gender pay gap figures, revealing a slight improvement in some of the metrics.

Its median gender pay gap has improved over the past 12 months, according to data submitted to the government.

The difference in the salaries of men and women at the practice has inched closer together, with the firm reporting a 9.8% disparity in its most recent data compared with 10.5% in its previous figures.

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