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 research confirm 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.
Watch our on-demand webinar now to hear global pay expert Ben Frost talk about what causes the pay disparity and why it still exists.
This is a great opportunity to take a closer look at our findings featured in our recent whitepaper ‘The real gap: fixing the gender pay divide’ and to hear Ben answer some questions around the topic.
Global Product Manager - Pay