Gender Balance at Aon
At Aon we are committed to diversity and inclusion and understand the positive impact gender parity will have on the world in which we operate, our industry, our clients and our colleagues. As a solutions-driven business, our people are focused on improving performance and getting the best results for our clients. This mindset fuels our ambition to break down gender barriers, encouraging greater diversity and a truly inclusive culture within our business and the wider industry.
We are fully committed to creating an environment in which all colleagues progress on the basis of performance and contribution, regardless of gender or any other factor. Our top priority is to help all our colleagues reach their full potential as professionals.
The Gender Pay Gap report
The gender pay gap shows the difference in the average pay between all men and women in the organisation, expressed relative to men’s earnings. The gender pay gap is different to equal pay. Equal pay deals with pay differences between men and women who carry out the same jobs, similar jobs or work of equal value.
We support the fair treatment and reward of all colleagues irrespective of gender. This report analyses the findings in more detail and sets out what we are doing to close our gender pay gap. We also recognise that gender is not a binary concept and we support transgender, non-binary and intersex colleagues alongside those who identify as male or female.
Attracting and recruiting talent
Our approach starts with programmes and strategies aimed at broadening our recruitment pool. We want to attract the best candidates irrespective of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or any other factor.
Retention, support and progression
At Aon we are working hard to nurture female talent from entry level and beyond. We support talented women across the firm by providing them with career development opportunities and flexible and agile working options, including career breaks and return to work support.