A gender-balanced workplace, where all people feel supported, is central to building a better business and a better world.
Championed by our Balance in Business network, we’re working to ensure we level the playing field so gender isn't a factor for career success.
We welcome legislation that requires all employers with over 250 employees to report their gender pay gap. As part of our Gender Plan, we’re investigating the causes of gender inequality in pay and taking steps to address this at all levels. Since 2019, we have also provided details of our ethnicity pay gap.
Inclusivity continues to be a top priority and a dedicated objective in our business strategy. Our gender and ethnicity report provides an opportunity to communicate our progress and demonstrate our continued transparency and accountability. It's important we show best practice and we will continue to provide more information than the regulations require by reporting our ethnicity and partner data.
Reporting each year provides the opportunity for us to monitor the progress of our objectives that aim to reduce pay gaps. Our commitment to our gender plan has resulted in another year of significant progress through a successful talent pipeline and specific initiatives:
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