For every €1 a man earns, a woman earns €0.88 – here’s what we know from the gender pay-gap reports

Some of the biggest names in Irish business, including blue chip firms that have diversity and inclusion policies in place, have some of the largest pay gaps

The data covers only the largest companies, those with 250 staff or more. Photo: Getty Images

Sarah Collins

Ireland’s first round of gender pay-gap reports has told us what we know anecdotally: that women earn less than men, on average, work primarily in people-facing jobs and are fewer at the top.