As reported by Propel, Fourth statistics reveal that the gender pay gap between frontline workers in the UK hospitality industry showing that- overall – women are being paid marginally
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The gender pay gap between frontline workers in the UK hospitality industry has been revealed by Fourth, the leading global software partner to the hospitality and leisure industries, with figures
Statistics that show women earn more than men in hospitality do not apply to restaurants or pubs: Big Hospitality reports on Fourth's findings
According to research realised by Fourth, which found that across hospitality, women are paid two pence more per hour on average that men (£7.84 verses £7.82)
Women working in frontline jobs within the hospitality industry are being paid marginally more per hour than men, according to data published by software company Fourth.
As reported in MCA, statistics from Fourth reveal that frontline female staff in the UK hospitality industry are paid marginally more than men per hour.
Fourth has revealed the gender pay gap between frontline workers in the UK hospitality industry, with figures showing that- overall- women are being paid marginally more per hour than men.
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