The gender pay gap reporting regulations deadline in April 2018 is fast approaching.
Any company over 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women expressed relative to men's earnings. For example, 'women earn 15% less than men per hour.'
Are you on top of your calculations?
Do you know what is included or excluded as part of the gender pay gap reporting requirements?
The webinar has been designed for managers responsible for gender pay gap reporting and those interested in using payroll and HR insights to build inclusive and more dynamic teams.
It will be particularly beneficial for those who need guidance and support - for both those who have not started their calculations yet, and for those who may have questions arising as they work through their figures. It will be an opportunity to share trends on reporting, discuss challenges and best ways to utilise data for reporting.
The webinar will include the following:
- Data trends and how data can help plan actions to narrow the gap
- Challenges interpreting legal requirements of the regulations
- Case studies from companies who have reported outlining challenges and constraints
- Time for specific Questions and Answers
The webinar has been organised by Gapsquare, and will feature speakers from Osborne Clarke who will be sharing their knowledge on the regulations and Knightstone Housing who will be providing us with a case study around their own data analysis.
Zara is the CEO of Gapsquare, specialising in data collection and analysis of the gender pay gap in the UK. Having worked with over 120 companies on their gender pay gap in the last 12 months, Zara will be discussing insights and data trends on how data can help plan actions to narrow the gap.
Partner, Osborne Clarke
HR Business Partner, Knightstone Housing
Richard is A HR Professional for Knightstone Housing, a leading housing association in Somerset and the West of England, committed to building vibrant, stable and safe communities where people can make their homes. Richard has been responsible for gender pay gap reporting within his organisation and will be discussing specific insights into how they overcame challenges and constraints around data collection and analysis of their gender pay gap.