The gender pension gap is getting wider – but employers can help
As the rising cost of living widens the gender pension gap, Gail Izat, Workplace Managing Director at Standard Life, has written an article for REBA about the ways in which employers can support women’s financial wellbeing.
In the article, Gail says:
"Standard Life’s Retirement Voice 2022 report highlights that the cost of living crisis is reinforcing the barriers that many women already face when saving for their future. It’s clear that more needs to be done to support women during these times of imbalance and uncertainty, as well as to tackle the gender pension gap to ensure it’s getting narrower, not wider. Employers can play a key part in supporting women’s financial wellbeing and help them feel more secure about managing their money for today, and for their future."
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You can read the full article, Women’s financial wellbeing hit hard, says Standard Life report, on REBA's website.