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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.
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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