Curo partners with Eversheds Sutherland to offer clients innovative Gender Pay Gap Reporting technology solution
The agreement, currently the only one of its kind in the legal industry, will enable the legal practice to offer clients an innovative Gender Pay Gap (GPG) reporting platform.
The product, Eversheds Sutherland GPG, is a complete digital solution for UK gender pay gap compliance and enhances the global legal practice’s significant services in this area.
Powered by Curo Compensation’s industry leading technology platform, Eversheds Sutherland GPG helps clients prepare for statutory Gender Pay reporting deadlines and investigate the issues driving pay gaps in organisations. It is designed for organisations of all sizes that need to comply with UK Gender Pay Gap reporting requirements, and specifically for those who are aiming to be market leaders in workplace quality.
Eversheds Sutherland GPG enables clients to simply and effectively comply with the UK GPG legislation and calculate their statutory figures. The self-service solution also provides companies with advanced analytics to deliver powerful insights into the specific issues driving their Gender Pay statistics.
In a few easy steps, employers can produce professional reports and analytics with their own branding, run multiple comparisons to better understand their workforce GPG challenges and report on an unlimited number of legal entities, combining data sets into single reports.
Commenting on the agreement, Gerry O’Neill, CEO of Curo said:
“As we approach the annual GPG deadline for the second year, it’s clear that the vast majority of companies are still struggling to meet the complex demands this legislation places on them. We are delighted that Eversheds Sutherland have taken the decision to partner with Curo. This is a strong endorsement of the quality of the product and the value it can deliver to the Eversheds Sutherland client base.”
Curo is a specialist compensation management software provider. Experts in reward and compensation technology, it provides solutions that allow organisations to enhance the way they manage compensation. Its products and services empower businesses to maximise the impact of their compensation spend and drive fairness, transparency, employee engagement and business performance through the provision of safe, secure and market leading technology.
CuroGPG is now widely regarded as the most functionally advanced and easiest to use GPG reporting platform on the market. Curo is also working with Eversheds Sutherland on how this product can be extended to include ethnicity reporting (as and when that becomes a regulatory requirement) and meeting client requirements around the broader and emerging challenges of pay equity.
About Eversheds Sutherland
As a global top 15 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides legal advice and solutions to a global client base ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest multinationals. The firm’s HR practice includes over 400 lawyers worldwide, and provides employers with a comprehensive employment, compensation, immigration and pensions service.
The firm has been at the forefront of equal and gender pay developments for many years. Its experience includes the conduct of mass equal pay litigation facing the public sector and one of the most high profile equal pay matters when they conducted the BBC Equal Pay Audit.
About Gender Pay Gap reporting
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 came into force in April 2017 and require all private-sector and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. Broadly similar rules apply in the public sector under the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017.
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