Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Your Questions Answered

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 5 July 2022
The Employment Law Team at A&L Goodbody LLP
A&L Goodbody LLP
Issues covered: Gender Pay Gap Reporting; Gender Equality

On 3 June 2022, the long-awaited gender pay gap Gender pay gap reporting regulations were published (the Regulations). The Regulations outline in some detail the gender pay gap (GPG) reporting requirements and how employers should set about complying with these requirements.  The Regulations are the cornerstone of the GPG regime in Ireland and it is essential that employers understand their obligations under the Regulations.

Who comes within scope of the Regulations?

Employers with 250+ employees need to select a snapshot date in June 2022 and report for the first time within six months of that date. Over the next few years employers with 50+ employees will fall into the GPG reporting

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