Gallagher Gender Pay Gap Reports
At Gallagher, we see diversity as a strength.
We believe in fostering a fair, respectful and inclusive culture. A culture where all team members feel empowered and supported to be themselves and achieve their career and lifestyle ambitions.
The gender pay gap measures the difference between the average hourly total pay for all men versus all women at an aggregate level across an organisation. This is not the same as equal pay.
At Gallagher the data for our UK broking and underwriting operations shows a gap in pay between men and women, due to a lower proportion of women holding senior management and broking roles within the business. This is an issue that we are working to address within our organisation and are seeking to help remedy across the wider insurance broking sector where this remains an industry-wide challenge. Based on our data there is no evidence of pay discrimination within our organisation.
This is the first year that we have looked at our compensation in this way. We are committed to further understanding the reasons behind the under-representation of our women in broking and we are working as a team to address and close our current gender pay gap.
The following reports from our U.K. entities, Gallagher Global Brokerage UK and Gallagher Benefits & Services UK. The reports provide the full data and the background to the numbers, as well as the actions and plans we are undertaking to redress this imbalance for each entity.