Bloomberg Law
Jan. 21, 2021, 8:00 PM

Citigroup Shrinks Gender Wage Gap a Smidge, to 26% From 27%

Jenny Surane
Jenny Surane
Bloomberg News

Citigroup Inc., one of the few companies to offer a frank assessment of the difference in wages it pays to men and women, has made gradual progress toward narrowing that gap.

Female employees now make 26% less than male employees do, an improvement from 27% a year ago, according to Sara Wechter, the head of human resources. Among the bank’s U.S. workforce, minorities still earn 6% less than non-minorities, similar to last year’s level.

“It keeps me up at night because I know it’s a lot of work, but we’ve got to be delivering against these things,” Wechter ...

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