Over one quarter of senior personnel in UK businesses do not see the gender pay gap as an issue – despite discrepancies in the UK standing at 13.9%, according to the Fawcett society.
Research by NGA Human Resources found that the majority of respondents said the gender pay gap was partly due to women’s personal career decisions; citing factors such as women being more likely to take career breaks (49%) or work part-time (42%).
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