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London has the UK’s largest gender pay gap at 30.4%

London has been found to have the largest gender pay gap in the UK, with women earning 30.4% less than men, according to research by Paymentsense. Analysis of 2018 data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) further found that this equates to female staff earning £8,303 less than their male counterparts, or working 71 […]

Government to consult on gender pay gap metrics as part of gender equality roadmap

The government will review gender pay gap reporting metrics, evaluate shared parental leave and consult on providing dedicated employment rights for carers as part of its work to tackle gender inequalities. The Government Equalities Office (GEO) and member of Parliament Penny Mordaunt (pictured), the minister for women and equalities, published the Gender equality at every […]

BBC reports a 6.8% mean gender pay gap for 2019

Media organisation the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has reported a 6.8% mean gender pay gap for fixed hourly pay as at March 2019; this is a decrease from the 10.7% mean gender pay gap it reported in 2017. The organisation has reported its gender pay gap data for BBC Public Service Broadcasting staff based in […]

Uncovering the gender pay gap: What it could it mean for your business

The gender pay gap. The trending buzzword in the eco-political sphere. This hot topic has stirred significant controversy amongst the general public. The data that has been presented  has sparked one of the largest political debates of the modern day. Despite this, it is a very complex issue. The figures display a clear discrepancy between […]

DLA Piper reports a 17.8% mean gender pay gap for 2018

International law firm DLA Piper has reported a 17.8% mean gender pay gap for fixed hourly pay as at 5 April 2018, inclusive of its fee-earner and business services populations. The firm reported its gender pay gap data in line with reporting regulations and in time for the private sector submission deadline of 4 April 2019. […]

Clare Gregory: 2019’s gender pay gap reporting deadline approaches

The requirement for large employers to publish information annually on their gender pay gap came into force in 2017, and the deadline for publishing the second round of reports, 5 April 2019, is now fast approaching. DLA Piper’s analysis of organisations’ gender pay gap reports submitted as at mid-February 2019 shows a slight improvement in […]

Seven in 10 would look for new job if their employer had an unfair gender pay gap

Almost seven in 10 (68%) European employees state that they would consider looking for a new job if they discovered an unfair gender pay gap at their organisation, according to research by human resources management software organisation ADP. Its Workforce view in Europe 2019 report, which surveyed 10,585 employees across France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, […]

One in 10 employers do not know how to reduce their gender pay gap

One in every 10 employers (10%) does not understand how to go about reducing its gender pay gap, according to research by YouGov on behalf of charity Young Women’s Trust. The survey of 802 senior HR professionals and people managers was conducted online between 4 and 23 February 2019; it found that a further 10% […]

Elysia McCaffrey: Gender pay gap action plans are just as vital as the reporting data

In the first year of reporting on the gender pay gap, the Government Equalities Office was encouraged to see compliance from more than 10,000 of those employers identified as being in scope of the regulations. This means that every large organisation across the country has calculated the difference between what they pay men and women, […]