How New Pay Gap Disclosures in Britain Could Push Companies to Promote Women
Cheryl Pinarchick is quoted in the Washington Post article “How New Pay Gap Disclosures in Britain Could Push Companies to Promote Women.” The United Kingdom’s new rule requiring companies with more than 250 workers to disclose data on any gender wage gap reveals more than gender pay disparities. This article discusses the underrepresentation of women in senior leadership roles revealed as the U.K collects data.
“It takes you back to the age-old question, which is: Why are we seeing more women in the lower quartile and not in the higher quartile?” said Cheryl. “The data in the U.K. is reinforcing that fact.”
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