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MI5 publishes Gender Pay Gap report 2021

Today, MI5, SIS and GCHQ, have published their Gender Pay Gap reports. 

Although the intelligence agencies are not bound to disclose their figures, we believe it is important to be as open as possible about our progress. Gender pay gap reporting is a positive driver for change and is a way for us to hold ourselves to account and contribute to a more diverse and inclusive workplace. 

As an organisation we are committed to becoming one of the most diverse and inclusive workplaces in the UK. Whilst we have made progress in some areas of our pay gap, we recognise we have more work to do and we are committed to implementing the improvements outlined in the report. 

You can view the report here.

27 يناير 2022


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