Tag : Gender pay gap
11.04.19: Cultural buildingsSubscription
Four building studies are packed into our cultural special issue: 6a architects’ MK Gallery; Carmody Groarke’s Windermere Jetty Museum; Foster + Partners’ Norton Museum of Art in Florida; and Feilden Fowles’ Yorkshire Sculpture Park visitor centre. PLUS Sergison Bates’ Pompidou Brussels goes in for planning; is the Tulip the most controversial planning approval this century?; and the ...
26.04.18: Health and wellbeingSubscription
The latest AJ travels far and wide to bring you the best new healthcare buildings: Sergison Bates’s care home in Wingene, Belgium; a domestic violence refuge in Tel Aviv by Amos Goldreich; the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary by NBBJ with Ryder Architecture; and Glenn Howells’ TouchBase Pears building for deafblind charity Sense. PLUS We analyse architecture practices’ gender pay gap data ...
AHMM has insisted its widening gender pay gap can be blamed on the high numbers of women on maternity leave or sabbatical when the data was captured
Female employees at the country’s second-largest architecture practice earn on average 70 pence for every pound earned by their male colleagues, according to newly-released gender pay gap figures
Fantasy figures distort the gender pay gapSubscription
The so-called ‘gender pay gap’ is a form of voodoo statistical analysis that a graduate profession should be ashamed to be associated with, says Paul Finch
New figures published by AJ100 big-hitters BDP and Sheppard Robson reveal the firms’ gender pay gaps have slightly narrowed since last year
Foster + Partners, the UK’s largest employer of architects, has published its second annual pay gap figures, revealing a marginal improvement on last year’s numbers
Practices employing 250 or more staff must reveal their gender pay gap. Here’s architectural practices’ figures for 2019 and 2018
Architects have said the profession has ’a long way to go’ to reduce its gender pay gap after the government’s second year of reporting revealed mixed results across the sector
While some have rushed to discredit the newly published pay gap data, others welcome the way it has got men talking about the issue in the boardroom. Ella Jessel reports