Gender Inequality

How to close the gender pay gap in three steps

The gender pay gap is alive and well in the C-suite - here's how to start closing it Image: REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

Steve Kline

Senior Director , Willis Towers Watson, Pittsburgh

Nancy Romanyshyn

Director, Rewards Practice , Willis Towers Watson, New York

Erik Nelson

Director, Willis Towers Watson, Houston


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   Female representation at the executive level doesn't break 30% in any sector.
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The bigger the business, the bigger the CFO pay gap.
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 Clear as day: the gender pay gap among NEOs grows even more pronounced at larger companies
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