HR Consulting

Gender pay analysis

Evidence your commitment to meeting employment standards that keep your business competitive.

Our workplaces have a responsibility to present a fair reflection of societal progression and social change. And as such, every private and voluntary-sector employer with 250 or more employees have a duty to publish prescribed information about their gender pay gap results. Why is this important? Well, for employees, it ensures that efforts are being made to close the gender pay gap and create a more balanced and inclusive workplace, free from discrimination. But from a business perspective, this information can also provide a benchmarking tool to become a real employer of choice.

How it works

To meet the statutory reporting requirements, we can offer you two levels of reporting