Tag Archives: gender pay gap

Gap analysis – the JFK approach

It would be wrong (in fact, outright churlish) to end the year without another poke at the new draft Gender Pay Gap Regulations, or rather the Government Equalities Office’s Response to the public consultation on them. This is broadly a rehearsal of the different views expressed during that consultation process, mostly concerning the mechanics of … Continue Reading

A cynic’s guide to the draft Gender Pay Gap Regulations

So here they are, out yesterday, a strange parallel universe where months last 30.44 days and years 365.25, and where you don’t include pay for periods of leave except when you do. In past blogs here we have criticised Government Regulations and statutory Guidance as too vague, leaving employers unclear whether they are caught by … Continue Reading

Latest UK statistics on gender pay gap – movement in the right direction

According to data published today (26 October) by the Office for National Statistics in its Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, the overall gender pay gap (taking into account both full-time and part-time employees) has fallen from 19.3% in 2015 to 18.1% in 2016.  This is apparently the largest year-on-year drop since 2010. The gender … Continue Reading
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