Gender pay gap reporting

Gender pay gap reporting

 
The Gender Pay gap reporting regulations came into effect in April 2017. It has little by way of imposed sanctions, but carries considerable reputation risk for those with poor results or for those who do not make the required information readily and publicly available. Organisations need to manage how and when they are reporting, how to improve their gaps but also how to manage the messaging around any published reports.

 

 

The future of pay reporting looks diverse – is your business ready?

The future of pay reporting looks diverse – is your business ready?

A new consultation has been launched on disability workforce reporting. This is in addition to the ethnicity pay gap reporting. It looks like the future of pay reporting will be diverse – is your business ready?

Find out what you need to consider for your organisation's diversity reporting

Pay Gap Reporting: Why a robust pay strategy is fundamental to success

Pay Gap Reporting: Why a robust pay strategy is fundamental to success

There have been calls to extend pay gap reporting to ethnicity pay reporting. Here we cover how to tackle gender pay gap proactively and how to prepare for ethnicity pay gap reporting.

Find out how you can prepare for your reporting

Gender pay gap reporting

Gender pay gap reporting guide

 
RSM’s People Advisory Services team can help organisations undertake this important regulatory requirement and go beyond statutory compliance where clients wish to take meaningful action.

Download our PDF to find out more