BoE struggling to keep female staff at senior levels

The Bank of England has published its gender pay gap report, and has reiterated that it is doing everything it can to recruit senior female talent — but sources GlobalCapital spoke to said it isn’t hiring women that is the problem, but keeping them.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 23 Nov 2017

Although gender equality at the Bank has improved, there are still less than a third of women in the upper echelons of the organisation, and of staff earning the highest hourly wage, only 30% are women.

Women and men are equally paid for doing equivalent jobs at the bank, ...

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