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A Guide to Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 2 October 2018
Ailbhe Dennehy
A&L Goodbody

This month, Ailbhe Dennehy, Senior Associate with A&L Goodbody's Employment Group, answers key questions to both explain the concept of the GPG for employers from an employment law perspective and provide useful guidance on how employers can start getting prepared.

  1. What is the Gender Pay Gap?
  2. What is Ireland’s GPG?
  3. Is GPG a legal requirement in Ireland?
  4. Will all employers in Ireland be affected?
  5. What information should be reported?
  6. Will this data be published?
  7. Are there consequences for non-compliance?
  8. What steps should employers take now?

Q. What is the Gender Pay Gap (GPG)?

The GPG

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Ailbhe Dennehy
A&L Goodbody

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