We believe that organisations need to be more transparent about the issues facing their ever-evolving workforce. Gender pay gap reporting is the first in a series of legislative processes designed to encourage senior leaders to think more carefully about the decisions they make when attracting, promoting and retaining their talent.
Reporting and analysing pay gap data isn't complex, but it is a burden for smaller organisations and it can also be a time-consuming, costly exercise for bigger corporates (especially those that have evolved through multiple mergers and acquisitions).
We want to change that by providing easy to use resources that organisations can use to analyse and report their pay gap data.
"Last year's deadline saw just over 10% of organisations make at least one critical error in their report."
"So far this year an incredible 34% of organisations have either made a critical error in their calculations or they have submitted their 2017 report to the 2018 folder - making the overall data highly inaccurate."
We have developed a unique web resource that:
All this is available through a single, multifaceted platform.