2017-18-report-gender-pay-gap.pdf

2017-18-report-gender-pay-gap.pdf

There are disproportionately fewer female and minority ethnic staff in higher paid senior management roles and disproportionately more female and minority ethnic staff in lower level roles.oIn the reporting year2017/18, the proportion of female staff in senior management roles went down while the proportion of female staff in junior management roles went up. The cumulative effect of these factors caused our gender pay gaps to increase.oThe reasons for these changes in demographics were:although we saw an improvement in the proportion of female staff being promoted to and recruited to senior management roles, this was more than offset by a higher proportion of senior management female staff leaving the organisation.a higher proportion of men in junior management roles left the organisation and nearly four out of five recruits to junior management roles were female

Although this is data from 2017/2018, it still says some important things about workplace diversity. Changing demographics to explain gender pay gap.

https://www.britishcouncil.org/sites/default/files/2017-18-report-gender-pay-gap.pdf

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