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
- Brokers warned over admin fees and commission
- Ardonagh closes 24 Swinton branches
- Mactavish chases “ultimate failure” £30m British Steel claim
- Mactavish names all British Steel insurers
- Gibraltar insurer, Lamp, goes into liquidation amid insolvency
- In Person: Simon Cooter and Carolyn Callan, Covéa
- BGL launches new short-term motor insurance brand