Overall, the mean hourly wage for women at the company is 37% below what the men earn. The median hourly rate for women is 23% below that of their male counterparts.

As the Condé Nast publication Wired noted, a disproportionate number of men in an organization’s leadership signals weaknesses in the company’s recruiting and promoting process that could ultimately hurt its effectiveness. If Condé Nast is serious about rectifying the gender pay gap in its company, here are some useful resources from their very own pages.

Gender Pay Gap Law: Know Your Rights (Vogue UK, Jan. 31, 2018)

The Big Salary Reveal: 12 Real People Discover What the Pay Gap Looks Like (Glamour.com, Feb. 7, 2017)

Where Women Are Winning Around the World (Conde Nast Traveler, April 2, 2018)

The Gender Pay Gap Data Is Useful but it’s Just the First Step (Wired UK, April 5, 2018)

This story is part of How We’ll Win, a project exploring the fight for gender equality at work. Read more stories here.

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