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GTI Breakfast News 25 May - Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?

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GTI Breakfast News 25 May - Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?

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GTI Breakfast News 25 May - Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?

  1. 1. Welcome and trendence UK research update Simon Rogers Director, GTI | 2
  2. 2. 3 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  3. 3. 2017 dates 2 March 2017 25 May 2017 23 November 2017 4 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  4. 4. 5 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? #BNews17 We want to hear from you via twitter
  5. 5. 6 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Today’s agenda Welcome and trendence UK research update Simon Rogers, Director, GTI The economic update Declan Curry, Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist Gender hiring isn’t only a STEM and Finance issue Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive, AGR Words for boys and girls Andrew Baird, Director of Consulting, Blackbridge Communications Is the workplace gender equal? Dr Germaine Greer – Broadcaster, Journalist, Author, Columnist and Reviewer
  6. 6. SMART email 7 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  7. 7. TARGETjobs audience 8 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  8. 8. TARGETcareers audience 9 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  9. 9. 10 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  10. 10. The Guardian UK 300 11 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? 104 97 80 1 267 8924 143 46
  11. 11. Research Update David Palmer, UK Research Manager | 12
  12. 12. The Extracurricular Experience Gap
  13. 13. Equality and Expected Pay? 14 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  14. 14. Diversity: Disappearing Engineering 15 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Uni: 4%
  15. 15. Diversity: Disappearing IT & Tech 16 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Uni: 2.5%
  16. 16. Diversity: Disappearing Finance 17 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Uni: 14%
  17. 17. Employer Choices: Changing? 18 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Rank Employer Female 1 Google 10.3% 2 Cancer Research UK 8.1% 3 GlaxoSmithKline 5.7% 4 Channel 4 Television 5.1% 5 MI6 - Secret Intelligence Service4.7% 6 NHS Graduate Schemes 4.3% 7 British Airways 4.2% 8 MI5 - The Security Service 3.8% 9 Penguin Random House 3.5% 10 Teach First 3.5% 11 Unilever 3.4% 12 Amazon 3.1% 13 L'Oréal 3.1% 14 Civil Service Fast Stream 2.9% 15 Jaguar Land Rover 2.8% Rank Employer Male 1 Google 12.5% 2 Microsoft 5.8% 3 MI6 - Secret Intelligence Service5.0% 4 Amazon 4.8% 5 Rolls-Royce 4.8% 6 Jaguar Land Rover 4.6% 7 GlaxoSmithKline 4.2% 8 J.P. Morgan 4.2% 9 Airbus 3.7% 10 MI5 - The Security Service3.4% 11 PwC 3.4% 12 British Airways 3.2% 13 Cancer Research UK 3.2% 14 Goldman Sachs 3.2% 15 Apple 2.9%
  18. 18. Diversity: Appearing? 19 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  19. 19. 20 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? School University Work Considering every sector Sectors limited by subject choice (Slowlychanging) More work experience Evolving
  20. 20. Thank you Simon Rogers Director, GTI | 21
  21. 21. The Economic Update Declan Curry Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist | 22
  22. 22. ELECTION ECONOMICS 23 | Source: ONS PRE 2010 ELECTION PRE 2015 ELECTION PRE 2017 ELECTION GROWTH (%, q/q) +0.5% (after 6% fall) +0.3% (flat 2010-12) +0.3% (17 consc qtrs) JOBS (%, 3mth y/y) 70.2 % (Apr) 73.4 % (Mar) 74.8 % (Mar) WAGES (total 3mth y/y) +2.1% (Apr) +2.4% (Apr) +2.4% (Mar) PRICES CPI-H (% y/y) +2.7 % (Apr) +0.3 % (Apr) +2.6 % (Apr)
  23. 23. ELECTION ECONOMICS 24 | Source: ONS unless stated PRE 2010 ELECTION PRE 2015 ELECTION PRE 2017 ELECTION DEFICIT (PSNBx, %GDP) 9.9 % (£151.7 bn) 5.1 % (£94.5 bn) 2.5 % (£48.7 bn) DEBT (PSND %GDP) 64.8 % (£1,010 bn) 83.6 % (£1,554 bn) 86.5 % (£1,727 bn) HOUSE PRICES (y/y) +9.1% (Apr) (Land Reg) +5.2% (Apr) (neg in 11/12) +4.1% (Mar) (boom ebbs) HOUSEHOLD DEBT (OECD) 161.4% net disp income 151.7% (2014) 152.3% (2016)
  24. 24. JOB MARKET January – March 2017 (Source: ONS) 31.95m people in work (up 381,000 a year) Employment rate = 74.8% (all time high, since 1971) 1.54m unemployed (down 152,000 a year) Unemployment rate = 4.6% (lowest since 1975) 777,000 job vacancies (Feb – Apr) Up 32,000 y/y; highest since records started in 2001 25
  25. 25. WOMEN IN WORK January – March 2017 (Source: ONS) 70.2% of women aged 16-64 in work (vs 79.5% men) - highest since records started in 1971 - partly caused by equalisation of State Pension age; fewer women retiring between ages 60-65 - in 1971, only 53% of working-age women in paid employment 688,000 unemployed women, down 86,000 y/y. Rate = 4.4%, lowest since Sept 2005 26 |
  26. 26. WOMEN’S WAGES UK government estimates “gender pay gap” at 18% (Nov 2016) - difference in average earnings for men and women - describes this as “lowest ever” Cited causes of gender pay gap: • Women more likely to be in lower-paying industries • Women more likely to work part-time • Women less likely to be promoted to senior roles Source: UK Government Equalities Office 27 |
  27. 27. YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK January – March 2017 (Source: ONS) People aged 16-24: 3.95m in work (inc 912,000 full-time students with part-time jobs) Down 21,000 y/y 562,000 unemployed (inc 197,000 FT students looking for PT work) Rate = 12.5%, down from 13.7% y/y; 22.5% in 2011 2.63m economically inactive (inc 2.03 million full-time students not looking for PT work) (+ young people in training or PT study not looking for work) 28 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  28. 28. WAGES + PRICES Workers getting poorer again - wages overtaken by prices Average weekly earnings +2.4% y/y inc bonuses (Jan-Mar) = £512 per week before tax WAS +2.3% y/y inc bonuses (Dec-Feb) Price rises (inflation CPIH) +2.6% y/y (Apr) WAS +2.3% y/y (Mar) Source: ONS 29
  29. 29. Thank you Declan Curry Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist | 30
  30. 30. Gender hiring isn’t only a STEM and Finance issue Stephen Isherwood Chief Executive, AGR | 31
  31. 31. Jobs for the boys 32 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  32. 32. Unbiased hiring? 33 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  33. 33. 34 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
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  35. 35. Thank you Stephen Isherwood Chief Executive, AGR | 36
  36. 36. Words for boys and girls Andrew Baird Director of Consulting, Blackbridge Communications | 37
  37. 37. Back to the 1970s 38 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  38. 38. 39 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  39. 39. Some light bedtime reading Evidence That Gendered Wording in Job Advertisements Exists and Sustains Gender Inequality Danielle Gaucher, Justin Friesen, and Aaron C. Kay Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 40 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  40. 40. Words for boys Active, adventurous, aggress*, ambition*, analyse*, assert*, athlet*, autonom*, battle, boast, challeng*, champion, compet*, confident, courag*, decid*, decision, decisive, defend, determin*, domina*, dominant, driven, fearless, fight, force, greedy, head-strong, hierarch*, hostil*, impulsive, independen*, individual, intellect, lead, logic, objective, opinion, outspoken, persist, principle, reckless, self-confiden*, self-relian*, self-sufficien*, stubborn, superior, unreasonab* Source: gender-decoder.katmatfield.com 41 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  41. 41. Words for girls Agree, affectionate, child, cheer, collab*, commit*, communal, compassion, connect, considerate, cooperat*, depend, emotiona*, empath*, feel, gentle, honest, interdependen*, interperson*, kind, kinship, loyal, modesty, nurtur*, pleasant, polite, quiet, respon*, sensitiv*, submissive, support, sympath*, tender, together, trust, understand, warm, enthusias*, inclusive, yield, shar* Source: gender-decoder.katmatfield.com 42 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  42. 42. Those words in action We are a community of engineers who have effective relationships with many satisfied clients. We are committed to understanding the engineering sector intimately. We are a dominant engineering firm that boasts many leading clients. We are determined to stand apart from the competition. Source: Hire More Women in Tech 43 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
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  44. 44. But does it work? 45 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Campaign A
  45. 45. 46 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Campaign B But does it work?
  46. 46. Key findings Q. Which campaign presents Rowan Tree Hotels as a place most likely to meet your long-term career aspirations? 47 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Campaign A Campaign B Males 48% 52% Females 37% 63%
  47. 47. Key findings Q. Which campaign describes the working culture that is closest to your ideal? 48 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Campaign A Campaign B Males 43% 57% Females 30% 70%
  48. 48. Key findings Q. Which campaign makes you want to work for Rowan Tree Hotels more? 49 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Campaign A Campaign B Males 49% 51% Females 37% 63%
  49. 49. Key findings Q. Which phrases made a positive/negative impression? 50 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017? Phrase Males Females ‘high pressure environment’ -52 -69 ‘nurture opportunities to help maximise occupancy’ 6 20 ‘team player, responsive, honest and with excellent interpersonal skills’ 48 63 ‘career opportunities for individuals who show commitment and loyalty’ 28 44 ‘career opportunities for those with the courage to assert themselves’ -10 -26
  50. 50. What does it mean? • Writing copy with females in mind could make you more attractive to them – without alienating males 51 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  51. 51. Three glimpses into the future 52 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  52. 52. Three glimpses into the future 53 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  53. 53. Three glimpses into the future 54 | Unfinished Business: Why are we still not gender equal in 2017?
  54. 54. Thank you Andrew Baird Director of Consulting, Blackbridge Communications | 55
  55. 55. Is the workplace gender equal? Dr Germaine Greer Broadcaster, Journalist, Author, Columnist and Reviewer | 56
  56. 56. Thank you Dr Germaine Greer Broadcaster, Journalist, Author, Columnist and Reviewer | 57
  57. 57. | 58 Next event 23 Nov 2017

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