This Working Life: Employers must act now to meet deadline on gender pay gap reporting
Guidance setting out in detail what is required of firms under the Gender Pay Gap Information Act has been published by the government
The genesis of gender pay gap reporting in Ireland goes back to a 2014 recommendation from the European Commission on pay transparency. Two elections and a pandemic later, we’re almost there.
Legislation was passed in 2021 in the form of the Gender Pay Gap Information Act. The week before last, the government finally moved to give employers clarity, publishing guidance that sets out the reporting required in detail.
The guidance has not arrived before time. ...