Gender pay gap

Mazars strives to be a positively different accountancy and advisory firm. Our vision for 2020 is to be recognised in the marketplace as a truly international firm, focused on our people and our clients, and as a firm that stands out for contribution to society

Mazars Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

New regulations require that firms with over 250 employees analyse and publish the pay gap between genders. In this, the first annual Mazars Gender Pay Gap report, we present the findings of our business-wide analysis, and set out the concrete steps we are taking to achieve gender parity across the firm.

Mazars Gender Pay Gap 2017, including Partners

In February 2018 Mazars published its Gender Pay Gap Report for 2017. In accordance with Government guidelines, that report covered staff only. Partners were excluded as they are owners of the business and receive a profit share rather than a salary.

We have now chosen to go beyond the legal requirements and communicate our gender pay gap to also include our partners. We believe this is the right thing to do and that this greater transparency will help drive change.

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