Gender pay gap widened slightly in June, BRUIN Financial reveals
BRUIN Financial has released its Women in Financial Institutions (WiFI) Index Report for June.
The WiFI Index has declined slightly from last month, which was at a two year high, but still follows an upward trend from the start of reporting in March 2014.
The June WiFI Index shows a -9-point decrease, which BRUIN states indicates the engagement and recruitment of women in financial services has declined, but still follows an upward trend overall.
The gender pay gap has widened slightly by comparison to last month, with men still paid on average nearly 16% more than women in financial services.
The proportion of women securing a job offer is a significant increase YoY and Men are now only 0.9% more likely to be offered a job in financial services.