2022 Pay Gap Report


The pay gap regime applies to all UK businesses which employ more than 250 people. Our annual report outlines data relating to our UK workforce analysing pay gap data from a gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability perspective.

A foreword from Andrew Masraf:

During 2022 we’ve worked hard to adapt and improve representation across our business. And while progress is hard won, we recognise that determination, diligence and a commitment to enable everyone to thrive in their career is, and should always be, a priority for our business.

While there is much work to be done, we are proud of our progress. Over the past three years we’ve achieved our 45% female partner promotion candidate target and have embedded changes to our family leave policy to make parental leave more accessible for both men and women. The launch of a unified global family leave policy offering the same minimum paid leave to all genders in all global locations in 2022 was a material step forward.

Furthermore, one third of UK joiners in 2022 were minority ethnic following the launch of our race and ethnicity targets which seek to address minority ethnic representation at every level of our business.

While reporting on our annual pay gaps is not a silver bullet, the ethos behind the regime is clear and resonates with our business and I hope many others across the legal market. Broadening access to the legal profession is the foundation of pay gap reporting and, in my view, a critical aspect of the future of legal services. In fact, we want to go further and work with our clients to create more opportunities for more people from socially diverse backgrounds to secure careers, not just in the legal profession but in our wider business communities as well.

Diversity of thought and of lived experience provide a diversity of perspective that are a necessity in a fast-moving and fast-changing world, and they are critical catalysts for change. For a purpose-led professional services business such as Pinsent Masons, embracing diversity and eradicating inequality is both morally right and a strategic imperative as we reinforce our commitment to make business work better for people.

Andrew Masraf


Read the 2022 report here.


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