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Capgemini UK Gender Pay Gap

We aim to be a diverse and inclusive organisation where everybody feels valued, included and empowered.

Capgemini UK welcomed nearly 1,300 additional women in 2022, representing 35.5% of our total new hires and increasing female representation by 2.5%. Continuing this progression remains front and centre for Capgemini as does ensuring all women in our workplace have equal access, participation, contribution, and opportunity.

Capgemini is recognised as a leader of diversity and inclusion in the market. As well as recognition as one of the UK’s Most Inclusive Employers, in the last six years Capgemini has consistently ranked in the Times Top 50 Employers for Women, is one of the UK’s Best Places to Work for Wellbeing, is in the top 75 employers in the Social Mobility Index and is EDGE Assess Certified (gender equity).

However, we recognise the UK labour market has faced a myriad of challenges in recent years and that these changes have made it ever more challenging for organisations to build and maintain a diverse and inclusive workforce. Factors such as hybrid-working, pressures on the economy, the race for talent (especially in STEM-related industries), and an aging UK population and workforce are some of the current factors we are working hard to find progressive and creative solutions to.

Whilst we are reporting a decrease in our gender pay gap (GPG) for 2022, both for hourly rate pay (mean and median) and bonus pay (mean and median) compared to 2021, we know there is more to do to increase representation, equity, inclusion, and opportunity for women. I am confident that our commitment, approach, and broad ranging interventions will give us continued success.

We are committed to being recognised by our current and future workforce, our clients, stakeholders, and the market as a truly inclusive organisation, where broad ranging diversity is highly valued and where everyone is given equal opportunity to thrive and succeed.