Tuesday, May 6, 2008
The Media Guardian reveals that it has obtained access to an internal memo from the Financial Times that confirms that women employed at the paper earn less for comparable work overall than men. But the FT says the gap is less than 10 percent and the Financial Times says it is moving to address the issue in accordance with the law. The paper has a series of confrontations over work issues with staff over pay, including anger over job cuts in 2006 and subsequently the paper's highest ever profits in 2007. Read more here.