Progress in narrowing the pay gap between men and women has been slow. There are more men in senior positions, bonuses are distributed unevenly and there is an undervaluing of roles typically done by women, meaning pay has been weighted heavily in one direction. Now, with mandatory reporting of the gender pay gap in organisations, there is nowhere to hide. The question is, how openly is data being communicated to employees?

21st June 2018
If your company employs more than 250 people, 4 April 2018 will have been a date etched into your mind for some time. That was the deadline when you had to file data on the differences in pay between men and women in your workplace. This report included mean and median differences in pay and bonuses, and details on the gender make-up of the highest- and lowest-paid individuals in the...
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