People & Transformation

Gender pay gap reporting: The looming deadline and the days, weeks and months that follow

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On the 30th of March, all public sector companies in the UK with over 250 employees will be required to post a series of datapoints regarding their gender pay gaps. The annual deadline for large private and voluntary sector employers is the 4th April. This is the second year running for this reporting requirement, and those companies that have not yet disclosed are diligently assessing their data and preparing reports and communications plans.

In FTI Consulting’s People & Change practice, we have been advising companies across a range of sectors on their plans for gender pay gap (GPG) reporting and have observed differences in the run-up to the 2019 reporting deadline vs. last year.

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