Gender pay gap reporting

Posted in Reporting, White Papers, Employee on 23 January 2019 By Henry Ker, Stakeholder Communications Consultant

We believe there is value in producing a comprehensive report, with detailed analysis and narrative, versus just providing the numbers. 

With the second round of gender pay gap reporting approaching, companies should be thinking about how they can build on their first reports, taking control of the narrative and using it as a springboard for positive stakeholder engagement.

In this white paper we explore the basics of gender pay gap reporting, why it matters and the chief principles that will contribute to making your gender pay gap report a success.

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