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AUTHOR: Noelle Murphy
Equal pay is a contentious subject - and it's set to become even more of an issue with the forthcoming single equality Bill; 103 private sector organisations tell us how they are approaching equal pay.
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Surveying equal pay
Chart 1: Private sector organisations’ approach to equal pay reviews
Chart 2: Employers' plans to repeat equal pay audits
Attitudes to equal pay within organisations
Chart 3: Employers' attitudes to equal pay audits
Reasons for not conducting an equal pay audit
Informal approaches to equal pay audits
'Like work' versus work of equal value
Reasons for conducting an equal pay audit
Variables covered in equal pay audits
Results of equal pay audits
Steps taken to address pay inequalities
Equal pay tribunal claims
Sharing findings with employees
Who does what in an equal pay audit?
Table 1: Main reasons for conducting an equal pay audit
Table 2: Variables covered in equal pay audits
Table 3: Elements of reward included in equal pay audits and inequalities identified
Table 4: Main methods of addressing pay inequalities
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