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How your Law Firm can lead on Fair Pay in the workplace

Posted by Zara Nanu on 16-Sep-2019 16:52:52

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Research shows that legal client's wider international workforce, customers, investors and stakeholders are highly engaged in the diversity, inclusion and pay equity agenda as ever growing legislation is enacted around the globe.

Law firms are increasingly needing to provide an all-encompassing, all-services offering to compete in the legal sector.

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Tags: legal, equality, regulations, gapsquare, business, uk, gender, reporting

EQUAL PAY VS THE GENDER PAY GAP: WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?

Posted by Hazel Lush on 30-Jun-2017 11:43:00

New regulations came into force this April that require companies with over 250 employees to report on their gender pay gap. But what does this mean?

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Tags: women in business, legal, gender pay gap, business, pay gap, politics, independent, uk

THE SNAP GENERAL ELECTION & GENDER PAY GAP – BY SIAN WEBB, GAPSQUARE

Posted by Sian Webb on 19-Jun-2017 11:42:00

“The snap general election was mainly focused on Brexit, yet all parties produced manifestos which will pave the way for policy and governance over the next five years.”

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Tags: gender pay, diversity, gender pay gap, politics, uk, election 2017, gender

GAPSQUARE – INSIGHTS FROM THE STEM GENDER EQUALITY CONGRESS, BERLIN

Posted by Sian Webb on 13-Jun-2017 11:40:00

Gapsquare’s Dr Zara Nanu joined teams of academics, industry experts, government representatives and policy makers at this year’s annual STEM Gender Equality Congress on the 8th and the 9th June where she spoke on Sharing Best Practice Between Industry and Academia. 

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Tags: women in business, diversity, legal, equality, regulations, Technology, gender pay gap, business, pay gap, uk

The Digital Age – A Natural Partner TO DIVERSITY AND EQUALITY

Posted by Zara Nanu on 24-Apr-2017 11:32:00

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“Technical skills have always been in demand, but Boards need to create a culture, an ecosystem, around digital and digital thinking and this means increasing their functional diversity. If organisations are not disrupting their industries through digital innovation then they will be disrupted – so Boards need to keep pace to survive.” 

These are the words of Harvey Nash,  in “Diversifying Diversity – the next Board frontier”, who also mentions that those with digital expertise, capable of getting ahead of the game on digital technology, are yet to be effectively included in boards as technology “does not have the history and framework of qualification and knowledge of, say, finance that has been bedded into Boards for centuries”. 

At Gapsquare, a tech-based data-analysis company that is working to end the gender pay gap, this is interesting for two reasons:

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Tags: women, women in business, diversity, equality, regulations, Technology, gender pay gap, business, pay gap, uk, inclusion