Lloyds Banking Group has committed to becoming a leader in gender diversity. We recognise that companies with proportionate gender diversity see increased performance, and make better decisions.
We’re working hard to make sure that 50% of our senior roles are held by women by 2025.
At the end of 2022, 39.4% of senior management roles were held by women.
Our 50% target is ambitious - we know there is still more to do and we'll continue to take the necessary action to ensure we have a diverse senior manager team that accurately represents our diverse customer base.
We're proud to be co-sponsor of the new FTSE Women Leaders review, alongside KPMG, and to be signatories of the Women in Finance Charter.
A blueprint for gender equality
Fiona Cannon, Group Director for Sustainable Business reflects on the progress we've made in relation to gender inclusion.
Our women’s employee network ‘Breakthrough’ is one of the largest of its kind in the UK with 10,000 members and 4,000 mentors.
Breakthrough is one of the many ways we are supporting colleagues with fulfilling their career potential at Lloyds Banking Group.
"Being a part of Breakthrough has helped me build my confidence, meet some incredible role models and tap into a great network of colleagues."
Heather, member of the Breakthrough network
We're a menopause friendly employer
In 2021, we made our Menopause Promise to ensure all our colleagues are menopause informed. Our goal is to help make it easier for colleagues to talk about menopause and get the support they need.
Training and guidance has been developed to ensure managers feel equipped to have confident conversations with their teams and offer guidance when needed.
Through our private medical support, colleagues have access to Bupa’s dedicated menopause helpline and enhanced medical support. The can also join our private internal community to share experiences with others.
Recognition of our work
- Times Top Employer for Women for the last eleven years
- Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the last five years
- Top 10 Employer for Working Families on six occasions since 2015
Join us as we reshape financial services
From customer focused roles in our branches, to specialist roles in tech and transformation.
No matter what role you’re in, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference.
Gender pay gap report
Our Gender Pay Gap data shows the difference in average pay between female colleagues and male colleagues and takes into account all roles at all levels within the Group.
Other pages you might be interested in
Is the pension gender gap getting worse?
Pensions expert Jackie shares her views on closing the pensions gender gap, and whether we're heading towards a pensions crisis for women.
Inclusion and diversity
We strive to create a fully inclusive environment for all our colleagues, customers and communities, one that is truly representative of modern-day Britain.
Now recruiting: tech and transformation
We have 26 million customers right across the UK, with most already using our digital services. Now we want to bring even bigger solutions to even more people. You’ll help us do just that.