Gender Pay Gap Reporting: How Do I Handle It?Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 22 May 2018
In her latest article entitled 'Get Ready for Gender Pay Gap Reporting,' Jennifer Cashman, Partner at Ronan Daly Jermyn, summarises the gender pay gap reporting obligations anticipated in Ireland and offers advice to employers and HR practitioners on they can prepare for the new regime.
It is expected that draft legislation aimed at reducing the gender pay gap (“GPG”) will be initiated by the Government before the summer recess and will be far stronger than that recently enacted in the UK. If passed, the legislation will initially require employers with more than 250 employees to publish details of any GPG. However, that threshold would fall to 150 workers two years later, and to
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