Update on Gender Pay Gap Reporting in Ireland

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 17 July 2018
Jennifer Cashman
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In Jennifer's previous article “Gender Pay Gap Reporting: How Do I Handle It?”, she outlined that it was likely that draft legislation, aimed at reducing the gender pay gap (“GPG”), would be initiated by the Government before the summer recess. 

On 26th June last, Cabinet approved the General Scheme of the GPG Information Bill  (“the Bill”). Charlie Flanagan and David Stanton announced the publication of the General Scheme, which will compel employers with a certain number of employees to publish information on the GPG in their organisation. 

In a statement, Mr Flanagan said that the Government is committed to gender equality and that both the programme for

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