Gartner is committed to diversity, inclusion and engagement across all aspects of our business. Our people are at the core of our success, which is why we strive to foster an inclusive environment to ensure all associates can reach their full potential. This includes embracing gender diversity and actively removing all barriers to support inclusion, engagement and growth at Gartner.
Our approach to pay
At Gartner, men and women in equivalent roles delivering similar performance are paid equally. This is at the core of our pay-for-performance strategy. However, we do have a gender pay gap driven by a disproportionate number of men in senior roles. Senior roles tend to have higher salaries.
UK Gender Pay Gap Report 2019
Starting in 2017, U.K. organizations with more than 250 employees are required to report on their gender pay gap. Gartner is one of thousands of U.K. employers reporting data this year. In 2017, Gartner acquired CEB and we therefore reported CEB-specific data in the 2017 and 2018 reports. As of 2019, Gartner is reporting as one consolidated entity.
To learn more about this report and our intended actions to address the gender pay gap, read the Gartner U.K. Gender Pay Gap Report 2019.
Consistent with our values and commitment to diversity, we will work to close the gender pay gap over time. Increasing the number of women in leadership roles throughout our company is critical in this effort.
We are committed to fostering an environment of exceptional professional development to ensure each of us can achieve our full potential. Our gender pay gap numbers show us that we need to continuously improve in our actions to make a meaningful difference to women in the workplace at Gartner. We know this will take considerable effort and time, but we equally recognize the tremendous benefit this will provide to women, our business and society as a whole.
Explore our culture and learn more about diversity and inclusion at Gartner here.