The Blog Spot: The insurance gender pay gap

Sian Barton

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has analysed the results of the government’s compulsory pay gap reporting.

What a surprise – it found women are paid, on average, 24% less than men.

A pay chasm of 24% in an industry that is trying to overturn its stale, pale and male reputation (sorry, a cliché, but if the cap fits…) is unacceptable.

That is one percent off a quarter. Do women do a quarter less work than men? OK, I am being a bit facetious and obviously there are many factors to

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