The gender pay gap

The gender pay gap exists, but not for the reasons you think

For years we’ve read bold headlines about the gender pay gap, reporting that around the world men are paid an average of 20% more than women. Our global research confirms this gap but also shows that when compared “like for like”, the gender pay gap reduces to 1.6%.

Put simply a man and a woman doing the same job in the same function and company, get paid almost exactly the same. But one thing remains true: as a demographic group, women get paid less than men. It’s time for a new approach. It’s time to see things differently.







Download your copy of the white paper today to learn:
  • What caused this pay disparity and why it still exists.
  • 5 reasons to champion women’s equality in the workplace.
  • How organizations, line managers and women can level the playing field.
  • Our findings across 33 countries and 8.7 million people telling the full story.




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The Gender Pay Gap Whitepaper:

• What caused this pay disparity and why it still exists.
• 5 reasons to champion women’s equality in the workplace.
• How organizations, line managers and women can level the playing field.
• Our findings across 33 countries and 8.7 million people telling the full story.


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