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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

As the pandemic continued through 2021, the engagement and wellbeing of our people has remained of paramount importance. We recognise the challenges many are still facing during the Covid-19 pandemic; we continue to listen and support our people through our wellbeing programmes, dedicated support groups, employee networks, new inclusive benefits and inclusion campaigns.

Hybrid working is becoming a day-to-day reality at Capgemini. Underpinned by our trust-based culture, we aim to empower everyone to deliver exceptional work and appreciate our team members, contributing to an inclusive and sustainable future for our people, our clients, and society. By harnessing remote and agile working to create more flexibility and opportunities for our people, we are also increasing access to our industry and enabling greater gender parity in caring responsibilities and working patterns.

The past year has shown improvement in our gender balance; we are proud to say it has progressed. We welcomed over 3000 new joiners in 2021, hiring more women – at a level 3 percentage points higher than our existing headcount – and have seen a greater proportion of female promotions at all levels. In 2021, we’ve seen a mixed picture with our gender pay gap figures: our mean gap has remained stable, alongside a slightly increased median gap.

In these different times, we were delighted to be named as a Times Top 50 Employer for the fifth year running, and no.1 in the Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers 2021/22. We have more to do and are committed to continued efforts for change.