Tag: gender pay gap
Shareholder pressure gets women directors on US boards
Study reveals that recent campaigns by BlackRock, State Street and Vanguard have significantly increased the number of women on US boards.
Executive gender pay gap diminishes over time—but doesn’t disappear
Study shows up to half the initial pay gap for female executives is eroded over the first six years of tenure, but a “residual gap” persists.
How will Covid-19 impact diversity in UK business?
Despite evidence that diversity leads to better business outcomes, the Covid-19 pandemic threatens progress in this area—and thereby risks the recovery.
McKinsey diversity report highlights growing performance risk
Companies that score poorly on both gender and ethnic diversity are 27% more likely to underperform on profitability, according to the latest McKinsey report on diversity.
The gender pay gap is closing – but the UK is behind
While the gender pay gap is closing, companies would do well to own up to being slow in tackling the issue.
MPs call for extension of gender pay gap reporting
MPs criticise gender pay gap reporting and call for companies of 50 employees to be included in requirements.
Female non-executive directors ‘expect less pay’ than males
Female non-executives expect much lower pay than their male counterparts when looking for new roles, finds Norrie Johnston Recruitment.
Companies warned of court action over gender pay gap reporting
Equality and Human Rights Commission warns of legal process and “unlimited fines” if companies fail to publish their gender pay gap reports.
HSBC reveals gender pay gap of 60% but pledges to improve diversity
One of the UK’s biggest banks reveals an average gender pay gap of 60%, while the average bonus gap is 84%.
Hiscox reports an average gender pay gap of 31%
Insurer Hiscox reveals gender pay gap, but says it aims to be inclusive, and pledges “lasting changes” to tackle the issue.