AP Pension moves to ensure equal gender pay

The Danish pension company has realized that numerous leading female staff receive too little remuneration.

AP Pension is working to ensure equal gender pay. | Photo: PR/AP Pension

Last summer, Denmark's AP Pension analyzed its salary differentials between male and female personnel, and the study showed that nine employees received insufficient compensation levels – eight of whom are women, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

"I think that retaining the best employees requires proper and fair payment. So, it would be very shortsighted to only think in terms of costs," AP Pension Chair Niels Dengsøe Jensen tells the media.

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