Gender pay gap: Shocking and shameful

gender pay gap
Jacqueline MacNameeSam WhiteSuzy MiddletonBarbara BradshawTulsi Naidu

The gender pay gap is very real. Research from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has shown that the gap averages out at 24% across the insurance industry in favour of men.

The numbers, which came from data submitted for a compulsory government review from 192 companies across the sector, revealed the following:

Insurers and intermediaries have a median gap of 24% and 23% respectively; Only three companies have a

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