Whether you’re from the generation of Bruce Forsyth, Larry Grayson or Jim Davidson, differences in pay between genders continue to exist and haven’t necessarily improved since the early days of Brucie.
The concerted effort around closing the gender and ethnicity pay gap will eventually have the desired impact, and whilst it is the easiest to understand the driving forces and steps needed in closing it, pay is only one component. Far more complex is when you look at the gender and ethnicity gap through the wealth lens. Sarah Lardner discusses the aspects you may need to consider.
According to a 2018 study, by the time a woman is aged 65 - 69, her average pension is roughly a fifth of that of a man her age. Sarah Nash explores the ways employers can address the Gender Pension Gap to reduce the impact on women in the workforce.