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Siemens UK Gender Pay Gap Report 2019

Siemens is a digital pioneer with a focus on automation and electrification across mobility, energy generation, smart infrastructure, digital industries and healthcare. Established in the UK over 170 years ago, with offices and manufacturing operations throughout the country, Siemens UK employs over 16,500 people, who every day turn ideas into positive change.

What if we could remove the gender pay gap from every department, office and factory in Siemens?

We're working on it.

Historically and traditionally, women have been under-represented in the manufacturing and engineering sectors. It is imperative that we address this imbalance of women in our organisation, continue to invest in our people and devise a strategy to attract and retain women at all levels in our  business. Gender and diversity initiatives put in place across Siemens are already beginning to improve the representation of women in our organisation.

Siemens is founded on a powerful idea: A company focused on serving society with our technologies and products, with our employment practices, and with everything we do. Serving society while doing successful and sustainable business is at the heart of Siemens’ strategy. It’s our company’s ultimate purpose and this is delivered through our people.
Carl Ennis, CEO Siemens plc and Smart Infrastructure, GB&I  

Imagination can take you anywhere. Ingenuity will actually get you there.

We're in the business of bringing ingenious ideas to life, not just developing them.  And when you apply that ethos to the gender pay gap, our mission is to shape the future for women in the workplace and make gender equality in Siemens a reality.  Measuring our progress in gender diversity will ensure we remain focused on our objectives over the coming years, allow us to see how far we've progressed and show our commitment to creating positive change.

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Read the full Siemens UK Gender Pay Gap 2019 report here

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