GPG reporting is worth the hassle

Gender pay gap

No doubt many employers view gender pay gap (GPG) reporting as an administrative headache – a box-ticking exercise and potentially damaging too. And with no financial sanctions for non-compliance, some organisations may even question whether it’s worth the hassle.

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