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Your pay: donít ask, donít get!

Male accountants are more likely to push for a pay rise than their female colleagues, and are more likely to get one, says new research from the AAT.

June 2016

More than one in four men working in finance (26%) had asked for a pay rise in the last year, compared with less than one in five women. Conversely, three in five women (61%) have never asked for a pay rise.
And it was a question of donít ask donít get, as nearly half of men surveyed (47%) had received a pay rise during the last year. This compares to 40% of women.
The AATís chief HR officer, Olivia Hill, said: ďThese latest figures suggested men working in finance are far more positive about their worth and value in the workplace, and subsequently are more confident of asking for a pay rise, which many are receiving.Ē

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