Being a woman costs 14 more years at work
Analysis of the 2015 National Management Salary Survey of 72,000 UK managers reveals that women earn 22% less than men, meaning that they're unpaid for 1h 40m a day - a total of 57 working days every year.
But with new regulations set to come into force in 2016 requiring large organisations to report how they pay men and women, now is the time to close the gender pay gap for good – in every type of organisation.
Read on for links to CMI's latest research on the pay gap, on gender diversity in management, and guidance on closing the gap – as well as some of the latest stories and expert views from our Insights news channel.
Find out more with our free infographic on the key findings.