Women’s Euros sponsors Adidas and TikTok called out for gender pay gap
Truant London has created a guerilla campaign with Talented Ladies Club, calling out gender pay gaps in companies sponsoring the Uefa Women’s Euro 2022.
Talented Ladies Club’s research highlights which sponsors have gender pay disparities
Talented Ladies Club is a women-led organization on a mission to unlock the professional and personal potential of women through high-quality content, online training and social community.
Using gov.uk data to highlight how some of the Women’s Euro 2022 sponsors have very large pay gaps within their organizations, the group wants to show how these firms might be cheering women on the pitch, but are quietly underpaying their female staff behind the scenes.
So what are the stats?
For every euro a man earns at Booking.com, a woman earns just 58 cents
For every euro a man earns at TikTok, a woman earns just 70 cents
For every euro a man earns at Volkswagen, a woman earns just 85 cents
For every euro a man earns at Adidas, a woman earns just 86 cents
For every euro a man earns at Visa, a woman earns just 88 cents
For every euro a man earns at LinkedIn, a woman earns just 80 cents
The campaign has used these statistics to change the logo of the event these organizations are sponsoring. For example Booking.com, instead of sponsoring the Women’s Euros, is depicted as proudly sponsoring the Women’s 58 cent.