The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality 2023
Now in its 13th year with Business in the Community (BITC), we are very proud to celebrate employers who have prioritised gender equality in the workplace with the publication of The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality 2023 .The name of the list, previously The Times Top 50 Employers for Women, has been updated this year to reflect better that addressing gender equality in the workplace requires achieving equality for all and requires engagement from everyone. BITC gender equality work focuses on equality for all genders and those who do not identify as a gender.
This year saw the highest number of applicant organisations. Applications were evaluated in three independent rounds of blind assessment on the work undertaken to remove gender inequalities in the workplace, from flexible working to family-friendly policies, to pay, reward, progression at work, and hearing employees’ lived experiences and voices. The journey to gender equality is long and challenging, but these 50 organisations are leading the way and making real and lasting progress. We call on all businesses to prioritise equality and create an environment where every employee can thrive.
THE TIMES TOP 50 EMPLOYERS FOR GENDER EQUALITY 2023
Find out more about the organisations
Addleshaw Goddard LLP
Anglian Water Sevices Ltd
Anglo American PLC
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
Atos IT Services
Bain & Company
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Goldman Sachs International
Grant Thornton UK LLP
IRIS Software Group
KPMG UK LLP
Lloyds Banking Group
London Stock Exchange Group
Morgan Sindall Infrastructure LTD
Morgan Stanley International
Nestle UK & Ireland
PepsiCo UK and Ireland
PwC UK LLP
Royal Mail Group Ltd
Sage UK Limited
Worldline IT Services UK Limited
Insights from the class of ’23
Insights from this year’s applications point to a renewed effort from employers to consider inclusive workplace cultures as part of refreshed Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) strategies moving on from the pandemic.
A note on terminology
We use the term woman to include all people who self-identify as women and engage with their current or prospective employers as such. When we use the term gender equality we take this to mean equality for all genders and those who do not identify as a gender, for example, non-gender conforming, gender fluid or non-binary individuals.