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Seeking diversity and ensuring equality in all forms throughout our business has never been more important and, at CGI, we are more committed than ever in our desire to be a fully inclusive business.

We are very pleased to report good progress in our gender pay gap results in 2020 with improvement in all of the key measures. Our headline pay gap figures as at April 2020 for CGI IT UK Limited for both the mean and median values reduced to 9.3% and 12.4% respectively compared to the previous year, an improvement for 2.7% for both measures. This is primarily the result of greater female representation in our organisation overall, and, in particular, a faster growing representation in the upper pay quartiles.

With this fourth set of gender pay gap results, we have also reflected on the progress made over the last three years. During this period, female representation in our business has increased from 20.9% in 2017 to 23.8% this year. And, during that same time, the median and mean pay gaps have reduced by 4.6 and 3.5 percentage points.

We remain committed to achieving greater diversity, not only focusing on gender, but also D&I from a wider perspective. In 2021, we will deliver our first Ethnicity Pay Gap report. We understand that this requires a real focus on encouraging a diverse range of people to join our business and the IT sector overall, and then enabling all groups to flourish while in it.

Tara - president-cgi-uk-operations

Tara McGeehan - President, CGI’s UK Operations

HEADLINE GENDER PAY FIGURES FOR CGI in the UK

CGI Mean Gender Pay Gap

9.3%

CGI Median Gender Pay Gap 

12.4%

Mean Bonus Pay Gap

32.5%

5.5%

Median Bonus Pay Gap

18.1%

5.4%

Percentage Receiving a Bonus

79.9% WOMEN

2.9%

79.0% MEN

1.1%

 

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