Employers often recognise the responsibility they have, as primary income providers, to ensure that their employees are financially secure throughout their working lives and into retirement. However the significant long-term effect of the difference between pension savings of men and women is still underestimated.
In this new paper, The Gender Pension Gap — From Awareness to Action, we explore what is driving organisations to expand their talent and diversity solutions to address not just the gender pay gap, but also the gender pension gap.
In this paper, Mercer reviews the causes for the 40% average pension gap in the EU and provides insights and actions for employers to lessen the gap and as a result:
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