Meta wanted half its global employees to be women and underrepresented by this year.
Women abroad earn less and receive smaller bonuses from the firm.
Since 2018, the number of women working for Meta has only gone up by 1% around the world.
Meta's U.K. pay gap has worsened since 2018.Women earned 0.9% less but 40% fewer prizes.
Since Meta began publishing its diversity report in 2018, women made up 37% of the workforce.
Meta blamed a lack of women in technology for its ongoing pay gap.
Meta said that higher-paying tech jobs, like production engineers, are a big reason for pay gaps.
Meta admitted that it has an ongoing problem with "unequal representation" in the U.K
Meta said that "most of the talented people, especially for more senior positions, are still men."