The original aim of gender pay gap reporting was to shed light on pay discrepancies and apply enough pressure to drive gender parity in wages. But after two rounds of reporting, significant change is still to happen. Should the government sharpen its pencil?
When the latest reporting cycle for UK employers’ gender pay gap closed in April (or the end of March for public sector employers), many commentators struggled to find any fresh insight in the results. Others noted that the gap, in many cases, had widened.
Read the full details of Ruth's article on Personnel Today here.