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Capgemini UK Gender Pay Gap

The pandemic was a point of rebalancing. We’re continuing to harness hybrid working, listen to our people and act for sustained incremental change on gender equality.

28% of the UK tech workforce is estimated to be women. In a challenging economic environment, Capgemini UK welcomed 755 additional women in 2023, making up 39.6% of our total new hires and increasing female representation by 1.6 percentage points to 31.8%. Year-on-year, we are moving on the dial on female representation. We continue to work on progressing gender equality, ensuring all our team members have access to opportunities, feel included, and can participate and thrive at work.

In 2023, we took the opportunity to review and re-establish our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion strategy in our post-pandemic, hybrid working workplace. Hybrid working is here to stay, and so is the increased flexibility and opportunities for our people, enabling greater gender parity in caring responsibilities and working patterns. We’ve increased accountability on DE&I, engaged 100+ leaders on our strategy and approach, and established a refreshed DE&I Steering Committee of senior leaders from across our business.

We’ve seen a mixed picture with our 2023 gender pay gap figures: our mean gap has slightly decreased, alongside an increased median gap. The median gap has increased primarily due to our 2023 junior talent intakes, which have been 50/50 male/female. We remain committed to offering entry routes into tech for women from different backgrounds, and to progressing talent within our organisation.

We are proud to gain a place through employee feedback in Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2024 list – for Capgemini UK and Capgemini Invent UK – alongside certification and listings from Great Place to Work™. Our inclusive culture is a priority – we know there is more to do on gender equality and are continuing to take action for long-term change.