Draft regulations on gender pay gap reporting

Last week, the government announced a consultation on draft regulations for Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting . The consultation is open until the 11th of March and invites feed-back from employers, business organisations, the voluntary and charity sector, women’s civil society organisation, HR practitioners, trade unions, employment lawyers and think tanks.

The main question of the consultation is:

What, if any, modifications should be made to these draft regulations? To inform our consideration of any proposed modification(s), please explain your response and provide supporting evidence where appropriate.

Draft regulations on gender pay gap reporting

New Rules To Close Gender Pay Gap in USA

This year, President Barack Obama is bringing back an issue that was at the heart of the first piece of legislation he ever signed at the White House: the gender pay gap.

Besides providing a platform that will encourage employers to look at their gender pay gap, Obama thinks the accumulated data can provide useful insights into why the gender pay gap is there.

This is precisely why Gapsquare was developed –  we believe technology and data anlysis can help us close the gender pay gap. Continue reading “New Rules To Close Gender Pay Gap in USA”

New Rules To Close Gender Pay Gap in USA