This report shares insights into the gender pay gap specific to engineering roles and recommended evidence-based actions in the areas of recruitment, retention and career progression that engineering organisations, of all sizes, can take to close their gender pay gap.
Bullying and Harassment statement
Bullying and Harassment statement (514.39 KB)
The Royal Academy of Engineering has the vision of an inclusive profession that inspires, attracts, recruits and retains people from all backgrounds. This statement supports this vision by encouraging a zero-tolerance approach to harassment or bullying in any form. It covers all engineers, including those with ‘protected characteristics’ as described by the Equality Act 2010, and those not covered by legislation.
The statement was developed in consultation with WISE, Women in Engineering Society, InterEngineering, Association of Black Engineers and the Engineering Council.