Tag Archives: gender

Government launches gender pay gap consultation

The Government has today launched a consultation on its commitment to introduce regulations to require private and voluntary sector businesses with at least 250 employees in Great Britain to publish gender pay gap information.  A gender pay gap shows the difference between the average earnings of men and women as a percentage of men’s earnings.  … Continue Reading

What Every Woman Wants?

Last weekend, I watched what is tipped to be Leonardo Di Caprio’s Oscar–winning performance in Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street”.  For those of you who haven’t yet seen the film it provides a testosterone-filled snapshot of life in Wall Street in the ‘80s: high risk deals, with plenty of drug and alcohol-fuelled ‘high-jinks’, … Continue Reading

Succession planning – getting more women on board

“Women as Agents of Change” is the theme of the Commonwealth Summit opened by the Queen on 28 October in Perth. Leaders of the 16 Commonwealth countries where the Queen is Head of State unanimously approved reforms to royal succession laws dating back more than 300 years which will give sons and daughters of any … Continue Reading