As a major UK employer, were genuinely committed to broadening access to a career in professional services and being a part of creating a workforce for the future.
In 2015, we removed UCAS points as entry criteria for the majority of our graduate jobs in a move that we hoped could drive radical changes in the social mobility and diversity of the professional services industry, and how companies access potential more broadly.
This year, as well as our gender pay gap we're also publishing our senior management gender and ethnicity targets by grade, as well as how we're currently performing against those targets.
These targets are to be achieved by 1 July 2020 and are supported by local action plans. Progress against them is reported to our Executive Board on a quarterly basis.
We were the first professional services firm to publish our gender pay gap externally and this will be our third year of doing so. This shows our commitment to being open and transparent about our progress towards becoming a fully diverse and inclusive organisation.
You can view our 'Women in Finance' charter targets, ethnicity targets and gender pay gap by clicking through the pages of this carousel.
We review pay and bonus by gender, ethnicity and different working patterns (full time to part time).
We continue to take action to address any gaps and to make sure our policies and practices are fair. This includes actively reviewing decisions on out of cycle payments, pay for new hires and our annual pay and bonus rounds.
We also report our gender pay gap adjusted for the different gender demographic across the grades, as we have more men than women at our most senior grades.
Adjusted by grade
Our grade pool targets provide direction and drive the recruitment, promotion and retention activities that underpin them.
As a result of our strategic and measurable approach we were proud to sign up to the HM treasury Women in Finance Charter this year.
Select a grade from the drop down to see our gender 2020 targets and how we're currently performing against them
Select a grade from the drop down to see our black and ethnic minority 2020 targets and how we're currently performing against them
We have a number of programmes to improve diversity at all levels of our business and ensure we have a strong diverse and sustainable pipeline of future leaders.
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