Gender Pay Gap reporting for advertising agencies
- 01 March 2017
- 8.45am-10.00am (registration & breakfast from 8.15am)
- 5 Chancery Lane, London, EC4A 1BL
- Entry: Free
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Gender pay is an industry hot-topic and gender pay reporting is about to become compulsory for agencies who exceed a certain amount of employees.
Agencies meeting the threshold will be required to publish various statistics on their website showing the difference in mean and median pay between men and women. Separate information about bonus amounts and gender allocation must also be provided.
Agencies not meeting the threshold to make gender pay reporting compulsory may still be required to provide equivalent information about gender pay to larger brands as part of a tendering exercise. The first report is likely to reflect the April 2017 pay period and there is value in starting to prepare as soon as possible to identify the issues and minimise risks.
This is a practical session to talk through the implications, including:
- Who are “relevant employees” and could freelancers be caught?
- What counts as “pay”?
- How do you report on bonuses?
- Additional information you can give to explain misleading statistics
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