Email from union leaders to 600 staff talks of increasing sense that managers are ‘not taking the matter seriously enough’

Journalists at the Financial Times are threatening to strike over their growing anger about the gender pay gap at the newspaper.

An email from trade union leaders at the FT to about 600 staff said there was an increasing sense managers at the organisation “have not been taking this matter seriously enough” and added that the lack of transparency about pay for executives at the newspaper “does not inspire confidence”.

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