Reckitt publishes its most comprehensive gender pay report to date, providing data for ten of its major markets, representing 70% of Reckitt employees across the world.
Reckitt became one of the first FTSE companies to go beyond UK gender pay reporting requirements last year, increasing its scope to five markets including China, India, Mexico the UK and the US. This year, Reckitt has doubled the number of markets covered by the report by also adding Brazil, Indonesia, Poland, Russia and Thailand.
Reckitt’s global ambition is to achieve gender balanced management at all levels by 2030. As part of this ambition, Reckitt is committed to working hard to improve diversity and inclusion across the business. This includes how Reckitt recruits new people, treats its suppliers, seeks new partners, and gives its employees an equal chance to be the best they can be.
The data sets used in the report have been assured under ISAE (UK) 3000 by our independent provider KPMG and reflect the position as at April 2020.
Ranjay Radhakrishnan, Reckitt’s Chief Human Resources Officer, said, “Our expanded voluntary gender pay gap reporting reflects our willingness to be more transparent and fosters greater trust with our stakeholders. Diversity and Inclusion is at the heart of Reckitt’s purpose. We aspire to a workplace where everyone has room to be themselves. Our ambition is that our teams represent the diverse consumers we serve.”