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Top women employers
The Big 4 accountancy firms all made it into The Timesí Top 50 Employers for Women 2016 list.
PwC was one of the first organisations to publish its gender pay gap (in 2014). It has strengthened its inclusion strategy and work with the UNís HeforShe.
KPMG says it works to equip all its leaders to be inclusive and has set targets at all levels. The firm also focuses on its male colleagues to engage around gender parity. It too is involved in the HeforShe campaign and hopes this will be a catalyst for further change. EY says 95% of its partners have taken its inclusive leadership programme and it has reached its female partner target. It led the pledge for parity on International Womenís Day. Deloitte said it was proud of its return to work programme, report on the gender pay gap and programme for putting 1,500 leaders through inclusive workshops.
Other employers on the list include the Home Office, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Microsoft and EDF Energy.
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