Citigroup pays women 30% less than men

This year’s larger analysis follows a similar report in 2018 that only examined 36% of its workforce spanning three countries.Citi says that it was the first US bank to release a pay gap report last year. It was forced to do so because of both a new UK law and a push from activist shareholder Arjuna Capital.Natasha Lamb, Arjuna Capital’s managing partner, praised this year’s report.”This new level of transparency provides investors with baseline metrics to understand broad pay equity at the company, that is the difference between what men make and what women make, and what minorities and non-minorities make on a median, unadjusted basis,” Lamb said.

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