Can the gender pay gap end ever?

The UCL social scientists who conducted the research suggested it could be due to women managers being better judges of other female staff’s performance, a reduction in pay bias and women “shopfloor” staff feeling more motivated by a “fairer” regime. “There are also social norms that are set by people at the top of the organisation and they might differ across men and women. This could include clearer career progression or more family friendly policies in a company with more women managers.