Chartered Management Institute launches guidance to help businesses tackle gender pay gap

Women hit hardest by the economic impact of Covid-19

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) has launched a toolkit to help employers take practical steps to address gender equality as research shows that women are more likely to be in sectors shut down by Covid.

The CMI has published new gender pay gap guidance for UK businesses, which includes a raft of measures organisations should be taking, including anonymising CVs and application forms, providing diversity targets to recruitment consultants, and actively promoting shared parental leave and flexible working.  The new toolkit provides real-life case studies from business leaders, alongside a list of evidence-based actions to help employers take practical steps to address gender equality. In the UK, it is mandatory for organisations of 250 or more employees to publish their gender pay gap ...

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