The UK's gender pay gap is narrower, but men and women in the UK doing the same job continue to be valued differently by their employers. We should also bear in mind that the report covers all occupations, and it should be remembered that the scale of the report also disguises the fact that the pay gap could be much greater than the average, which is even more concerning.
Published: 24 January 2018
The CIPD’s analysis of its gender pay gap found it is being driven by the following factors: The CIPD has a predominantly female workforce, made up of 332 individuals: 69 percent female and 31 percent male. There are more women than men at every level of the business, yet over half of female employees, 53 percent, are in the lower and lower middle pay quartiles compared to 55 percent of male employees holding roles in the upper middle and upper pay quartiles.
Published: 9 December 2017
Female managers in the UK earn close to £12,000 less on average than their male counterparts. Response from Regina Moran, ... View Article
Published: 30 September 2017
According to analysis of managers’ salaries conducted by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and XpertHR, male managers in this area of work on average earn £4,469 more than their female peers.
Published: 29 September 2017
At 40.1 percent, the UK has the fourth highest proportion of women amongst its senior civil servants of any country in the G20, according to newly-published research.
Published: 25 September 2017
Women make up just 19 percent of senior executives in financial services. Slow progress compared with 28 percent women on boards of the UK’s five biggest banks
Published: 20 September 2017