For the first time ever, 100% of UK employers identified as being in scope of Gender Pay Gap regulations, have published their data.
In April this year, around 9,000 UK firms, with 250 or more employees, started calculating their gender pay gaps and published the results on the government website – for a while this was a major talking point for offices across the UK. The BBC reported that all public, private and voluntary sector firms were now required to disclose average pay for both men and women, including bonuses. Despite reports emerging that 1,500 companies had missed submission deadline just a few months ago, it was announced today that all UK employers within the scope had submitted their data.
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