ANZ Bank has committed to increasing the number of women in management positions to 40 percent by the end of September as part of increasing their gender diversity throughout the business. Currently, 38.4 percent of managers are women, the bank said.
The bank highlighted this move in the context of its wider gender diversity targets, such as recruiting more women to senior roles, including the appointment of three women on their management board, and 3 female CEOs in their Asia Pacific business. Additionally, the bank is examining managers to evaluate pay equality as part of the annual review and is “[e]mbedding gender equity into our human resource policies and practices,” such as a global recruitment policy mandating qualified women on the shortlist for all roles at the company.
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