Gender pay gap

Articles on the gender pay gap in business – the disparity in earnings between men and women in the workplace. Employers can play a crucial role in addressing the gender pay gap by fostering inclusive and equitable workplaces that value diversity and promote fairness in compensation practices.

Employing & managing staff

Bridging the gender pay gap in the UK

The Gender Pay Gap deadline for businesses (4th April) is approaching fast and according to recent news, less than a third of companies in the UK have revealed their gender pay gap data.

Legal advice

Big or small, all businesses can be affected by the equal pay claim

In the wake of the equal pay dispute by Tesco employees, Russell Brown of Glaisyers Solicitors discusses how smaller employers can benefit from reviewing their workplace culture and practices.


Are employers ready to report gender pay gap in April?

With gender pay inequality hitting the headlines again – are employers ready to report gender pay gaps in April?


Employers holding back on gender pay gap reporting

Survey shows that most employers have already calculated their pay gap but not yet reported the findings.


Women will effectively work for free for the rest of 2017

Today, November 10th, is the day where women stop earning money compared to men in 2017, highlighting the need to close the gender pay gap.


Female managers earn £12K less than male colleagues

New research reveals the gender pay gap now stands at 26.8 per cent for UK managers - an average £11,606 per year.

Employing & managing staff

Reporting the gender pay gap: a three-step process

Here, Geoff Pearce, gender pay specialist at NGA HR, explains a simple, three-step process to reporting your companies gender pay gap.

Employing & managing staff

Will the BBC’s gender pay gap impact the future of the law?

In light of the recent controversy around the BBC's gender pay gap, Michelle Gray, head of employment at Berg, discusses why SMEs must educate themselves and their employees around the developments.


One in ten employers admits women are paid less than men

British employers admit that women are still paid less than men for the same amount of work in modern business.


Research reveals the top ten highest paid jobs for women

Research shows that despite 80 per cent of UK industries guilty of a gender pay gap, little is being done to give equal salaries to women.


Businesses still need to do more to tackle gender pay gap

Young Women’s Trust calls for more action to tackle the gender pay gap, as new reporting measures are implemented.

Employing & managing staff

The gender pay gap in tech: What are the contributing factors?

David Hicks takes a look at potential causes to the gender pay gap in the tech industry.

Business Technology

How to grow a global creative agency in record time

Find out how creative agency, Myth Studio, used technology to grow their business and quadruple their staff count in 18 months

Partner content

Attracting and keeping top talent through Total Reward

Employment benefits specialist, Drewberry, explain why you should base your benefits around a Total Reward Strategy

Partner content

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Partner content

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