Gender pay gap widens across major practices

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Stride Treglown has biggest gap - but ZHA, AHMM and Hawkins Brown all going backwards

The gender pay gap at AHMM, Zaha Hadid and Hawkins Brown has widened in the year since firms were first required to publish their data.

AHMM’s median pay gap – the difference between the average hourly rate for female employees and their male counterparts – now stands at 16.7%, up from 12.3% last year.

In a statement from its co-founder Peter Morris, AHMM notes that while it recognises “the need to invest in diverse talent across all areas of the practice”, there are still significantly more men in higher-paid roles – the proportion of women in the upper two pay quartiles has decreased since last year.

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