This Working Life: Closing that gender pay gap now must be seen to be done

Legal changes coming soon mean that penalties and media scrutiny are on the way for firms that don’t address the issue promptly

16th May, 2021
This Working Life: Closing that gender pay gap now must be seen to be done
The proposed new legislation aims to narrow the gender pay gap as much as possible

Mandatory gender pay gap reporting is already a legal requirement in many jurisdictions and soon it will be in Ireland too.

The most recent Irish draft legislation on the issue, the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 (Bill), was first published in April 2019, but lapsed in early 2020 with the dissolution of the Dáil, before being returned to the order paper in late 2020.

In April this year, the cabinet approved a plan to amend the...

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