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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Gender pay gap reporting was intended to be a quick and easy process. The reality is that, for many employers, it can be far from either. Gender pay gap reporting requires scrutiny of every element of compensation and the employment arrangements of your workforce. Without the right support, it can be a long and difficult process.

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Our team of employment and reward specialists has significant experience dealing with complex workforce structures and compensation schemes. We can manage the full gender pay gap reporting process: from ensuring legal compliance, to identifying causes behind your pay gap, and preparing your report.

We regularly work with large national and international employers from a wide range of sectors on their UK gender pay gap reporting obligations. We also advise on other types of pay gap , as well as gender pay gap reporting requirements worldwide.  

We break gender pay gap reporting into three main “phases”:

  • Ensuring compliance.  Gender pay gap statistics are only as reliable as the data that goes into them. We have extensive experience of advising employers on how to treat their pay elements for the purposes of gender pay gap reporting.

We can help your payroll, HR and legal teams with all aspects of gender pay gap reporting including ensuring you gather the correct data, identifying the “relevant employees” who should be counted, and advising on more complex elements of remuneration that might be within scope of gender pay gap reporting, such as stock options or RSUs.

  • Understanding your statistics. Gender pay gap statistics are a very blunt tool for assessing the extent of any workplace inequality and tell far from the whole story where gender equality is concerned.

We can apply a range of statistical techniques to help you put your headline statistics in context. By drilling down into your figures to look at gaps by grade, department, job title or other relevant measure , we can identify and understand the real drivers behind your pay gaps, help you assess whether you may be running any equal pay risks that warrant further investigation and action, hypothesis test your data, answering questions such as what would your gaps now (or in the future) be if there were gender equality at board level? What about at entry level? We can also apply more complex statistical methods such as regression analysis to help you understand how much gender is really contributing towards your gaps..

  • Preparing and acting on your report. Gender pay gap reports are read by your employees, competitors, suppliers and clients/customers, as well as national and industry press. They set the tone for your organisation’s approach to workplace gender diversity and, if done properly, can help promote your employment brand – or can damage it if you get it wrong.

We both draft and review our clients’ gender pay gap reports, helping add important context to their statistics and highlighting their diversity initiatives. With our years of experience advising clients from a range of sectors, we understand the wider industry issues. Our lawyers, and experienced HR consultants can also work with you to achieve your gender pay gap goals through training programmes and other targeted action.

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Our gender pay gap reporting insights

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The proposed relevant dates for Ireland’s new gender pay gap reporting regulations have been announced.

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Gender pay gap reporting and small businesses

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Although only employers with 250 or more employees are required to report their gender pay gaps, many smaller businesses are deciding to do it anyway. Over 400 small businesses voluntarily uploaded their gender pay gaps relating to April 2020 onto the government’s database.

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