Figures from the latest gender pay gap report show a narrowing in some sectors, but little overall change from previous years. How has the accountancy profession fared when it comes to closing the gap?
Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW
Articles on D&I in the world of accountancy and the workplace can be found here.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has revealed that almost 90% of FTSE 100 employers have yet to declare their ethnicity pay gap figures, hampering a move towards more equal pay.
As we celebrate Black History Month for 2021, it is a great time to reflect on what ICAEW is doing to bring more talented individuals of Black Heritage into the profession and support them in creating a world of sustainable economies.
ICAEW is proudly marking Black History Month, which takes place every October in the United Kingdom. The theme for 2021 is “Proud to be”: proud to be Black, proud to be me. We offer a range of video content on this theme.
A new framework document aims to encourage more discussion of intergenerational fairness and provide policymakers with the tools to reshape policy design.
Diversity and inclusion network founders Grace Gayle of ICAEW and Sharon Salmon of Network Rail share their experiences of discrimination in the workplace, and how they try to be a positive force for change.
ICAEW has hailed the recent publication of socio-economic data by two Big Four firms as ‘a step in the right direction’ but highlighted that data must be used effectively to bring about positive change.
Ros Urwin is joined by a panel of experts to discuss the gender pension gap, a problem that is related to the gender pay gap but has its own, negative characteristics.
ICAEW Insights looks at what it means to remunerate in order to increase diversity in the workplace: can money solve the problem sustainably?
ICAEW has commissioned an independent company (Magenta Research) to run discussion groups and interviews to understand more about ACA students’ experiences of study and work.