One of the drivers of the gender pay gap is that women are not progressing in the workplace as fully as their talents would allow.
Improving, measuring and evaluating recruitment, promotion and talent management processes; supporting part-time workers; and creating an environment where women feel that they fit and belong, can enable women to progress.
By taking steps to support women to progress, employers can make the best use of their skills and experience, help to attract and retain talent, and improve productivity and performance.
The infographic poster sets out the evidence-based high level actions employers can take to support women to progress, to help to close the gender pay gap and increase gender equality in the workplace.
The action note sets out in more detail how employers can support women to progress to help to close the gender pay gap and increase gender equality in the workplace.
The evidence for the actions in this report comes from the academic research contributed to the women’s progression in the workplace theme of the Workplace and Gender Equality (WAGE) Research Programme. For detailed sources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.