CBRE has been actively working to improve diversity at every level of our business and across the wider property industry for many years. We believe in being an inclusive organisation where everyone is rewarded fairly and can reach their career potential, regardless of their gender or background. As an example of our progress, our UK advisory business (CBRE Limited) is the first large, multi-disciplinary property advisor to be awarded the National Equality Standard accreditation, and won the corporate category at the Women of the Future Awards 2017.
CBRE’s Gender Pay Gap for its UK businesses (including all employing entities) is 18.62%. Our gender pay gap is due to the current structure of CBRE’s UK workforce, which has a greater number of men in senior positions. Whilst CBRE is taking active steps to address this imbalance, attracting women to the industry is an issue common to the wider property and professional services sectors.
Legal entity reports
To download a full copy of our UK summary and legal entity Gender Pay Reports please click on the links below:
CBRE UK Business (All legal entities summary)
CBRE Advisory Businesses
CBRE GWS Businesses
Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) UK – summary report for all GWS UK legal entities
CBRE GWS Limited
CBRE Managed Services Limited
CBRE Management Services Limited
CBRE Corporate Outsourcing Services Limited
Our gender pay reports set out a range of actions we are taking to improve diversity at CBRE. Our approach includes:
CBRE also partners with a wide range of external organisations to drive forward its D&I strategy. These include; Changing the Face of Property (CTFOP), Real Estate Balance, Daisy Chain, Women Returners, Talking Talent, Stonewall, BITC, Women of the Future, Lord Mayor Power of Inclusion, EY, MOD, Mind, Lionheart, Disability Confident, Place to Be, Second Chance plus Action for Children. These partnerships help CBRE to improve recruitment, retention and progression for women and all our employees.
Our CBRE Limited business is one of the first companies in the property sector to achieve EY’s National Equality Standard accreditation which sets clear equality, diversity and inclusion criteria against which businesses are assessed.
CBRE Limited won the corporate category in the Women of the Future Awards 2017