Almost six in 10 UK employers are taking action to address their gender pay gap in response to the new reporting requirements, research from Willis Towers Watson has found.
As many as one in six organisations have reported their gender pay gap incorrectly, according to independent data analysis.
Are organisations reporting their gender pay gap data correctly? The Government Equalities Office has issued recommendations on how data should be reported, but independent statistician Nigel Marriott estimates that between 9% and 17% of gender pay gap data is wrong. He looks at the errors some employers made.
XpertHR analyses more than 10,000 first-round gender pay gap reports to identify the best and worst pay and bonus gaps by industry and organisation size.
Last week, the Government Equalities Office released a report suggesting that people need more support when interpreting gender pay gap (GPG) data.
Naeema Choudry, partner at global law firm Eversheds Sutherland, and Anne Hurst, senior diversity and inclusion specialist at PwC LLP, share their knowledge and experience of putting into practice strategies to tackle the gender pay gap.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission consults on a draft policy to enforce gender pay gap reporting requirements for public-, private- and voluntary-sector employers.
With less than six months to go before all organisations with 250 or more employees are obliged to report their gender pay gap data, XpertHR asked employers how they were progressing and what issues they were encountering.
Updated to include information on the EHRC's policy on enforcing the gender pay gap Regulations.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to the gender pay gap.