Our Jess Tomkinson recently wrote an article for City AM, reporting on our recent research that showed a continuing pay gap at board level in FTSE 100 companies of 70 per cent.

The research suggests that the capacity in which women occupy those roles the reason: of the women on FTSE 100 boards, 91 per cent are non-executive directors and only nine per cent are executive directors. Non-executive directors typically have a greater degree of separation from day-to-day decision making and tend to have less power and influence within the company, ultimately receiving a smaller paycheck than their executive colleagues.

Read the article here.