With just under a month until the gender pay gap (GPG) reporting deadline, less than 15% of eligible organisations have published their results, with some experts predicting a sizeable proportion will fail to make the early-April cut-off, writes Rachel Mapleston, business analyst at MHR.
No doubt many employers view GPG reporting as an administrative headache - a box-ticking exercise, and potentially damaging too. And with no financial sanctions for non-compliance, some organisations...
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