UK Gender Pay Gap

REPLAY: Hear our panel discuss what the reporting rules and resulting data will mean for organisations and provided insights on how effective diversity and inclusion efforts can benefit their businesses.

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The deadline for reporting under the UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting legislation is just around the corner. With the vast majority of organisations still to report their figures, attention is now firmly focussed on the extent of the gap, its causes and negative effects on organisations, and the steps that organisations can take to promote the advancement of women.

Marsh, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman recently hosted an event, “The Gender Pay Gap: What Does it Mean? Attracting, Motivating, and Retaining Talented Women”, in London. Featuring experts from Mercer and Oliver Wyman, as well as the leading UK expert on the Gender Pay Gap regulation, the panel discussed what the reporting rules and resulting data will mean for organisations and provided insights on how effective diversity and inclusion efforts can benefit their businesses.

The panel of speakers featured:

  • Helene Reardon Bond OBE, Leading UK expert on the Gender Pay Gap.
  • Christian Edelmann, Partner, Global Head Corporate & Institutional Banking and Wealth & Asset Management Practices, Oliver Wyman.
  • Dr. Astrid Jäkel, Partner, Insurance Practice, Oliver Wyman.
  • Chris Charman, Principal Consultant Workforce Rewards, Mercer.

The panel discussion was moderated by Leslie Kurshan, Leader, Innovative Client Solutions, Marsh Specialty Practices.

A recording of the panel discussion is available to download and listen to alongside an event summary of the key points discussed. 

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