Even at the top, Israeli women trail male peers in salary
The gender gap in pay widened to 43% in 2013, according to a survey of compensation of CEOs at Israel’s top publicly traded companies.
For a woman to land the top job at one of Israel’s biggest companies means she’s got it made. But in all likelihood she isn’t making as much as the man occupying the corner suite at a similar-sized business, according to the latest survey of CEO compensation taken by BDO Consulting Group for TheMarker.
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