There are calls for Guernsey's government to force companies to publish their gender pay gaps.
The authors of a report into the gender pay gap in the Channel Islands carried out earlier this year believe this is the best way to reduce the gap between what men earn and what women earn.
It follows Guernsey's Government publishing the details of the number of women in top jobs within the States.
The percentage of female directors across all Guernsey companies is 25% which means 75% are men.
In the public sector there are a few more female directors although not by much - 29% of directors are women compared to 71% of men.
That's despite the majority of the work force being women, 60% women compared to 40% men.
Overall women working for the States are paid significantly less.
Of staff members being paid 70k or more 69% are men and of staff members being paid 70k or less 64% are women.
The States of Guernsey say they do need to be doing more to encourage women to apply for senior roles.