HSBC: Commit to fair and transparent pay practices
With a mean gender pay gap of 55%, HSBC Bank has the highest gender pay gap in the FTSE 100 and one of the highest within the financial sector.
HSBC’s approach to ensuring equal pay appears to be to retroactively make adjustments after unequal pay has been identified, but we would like them to ensure that they are building a fair and transparent pay structure that protects women and other minoritised groups from the risk of pay discrimination.
Join us in asking Ian Stuart, CEO of HSBC UK, to take crucial steps to minimise the potential for pay discrimination and ensure that women working at HSBC receive equal pay for equal work. Together, we can flood Ian Stuart’s inbox with emails urging the bank to adopt a range of measures to prevent pay discrimination and design out inequality.