Gender pay-gap: time to think about men

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

LISTEN To address your gender pay gap, it is not enough to just fix the women. If your gender pay gap is in favour of men, your people – women and men – likely face systemic biases, based on outdated assumptions not just around the traditional models of caring and employment, but about what today’s workers want from their work and family lives. Businesses that understand the new work-family mind-set are set for success, retaining and engaging the fathers they employ.

In this webinar I discuss the latest research and best practice, including recent evidence from the Working Families/Bright Horizons Modern Families Index 2019, helping you to align your business objectives with the needs and aspirations of your people. Find out:

  • what today’s men and women aspire to — at home, and at work

  • why so many younger fathers are looking around for a better employer

  • why flexible working is only part of the solution to work-family imbalance

Recorded in March 2019 with Ruth Thomas, Industry Principal and Senior Consultant at Curo Compensation Ltd.

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