Gender Pay Gap Reporting in Ireland – New Guidance PublishedPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 13 May 2022
The new guidance and frequently asked questions give helpful information, but the regulations setting out the detail of the reporting obligations under the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 (the Regulations) have still to be published.
What will employers in Ireland have to do?
Employers will have to report:
- mean and median pay gaps;
- mean and median bonus gaps;
- the proportion of men and women that received bonuses;
- the proportion of men and women that received benefits in kind; and
- the proportion of men and women in each of four equally sized quartiles.
Employers must calculate these statistics for their employees using a snapshot date of their choice in June
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