Are you a public sector manager involved in reporting on the gender pay gap? Take advantage of this opportunity to hear unique and insightful perspectives on the pay gap from representatives of experienced Public Sector organisations, experts in employment law and HR and Gapsquare’s own Dr Zara Nanu.
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From 2017, any organisation that has 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings. For example, ‘women earn 15% less than men per hour’.
The webinar has been designed for public sector managers responsible for pay gap reporting and those interested in using payroll and HR insights to build inclusive and dynamic teams . As we are now 6 months closer to the deadline for reporting, this will be an opportunity to share trends on gender pay gap reporting, discuss challenges, and best ways to utilise the data for reporting.
The webinar includes the following topics:
- Data trends we are seeing in the public sector and how data can help plan actions to narrow the gap;
- Challenges interpreting legal requirements, specifically in relation to included and excluded elements of pay;
- Case studies from public bodies which have already reported outlining challenges and data constraints;
- Time for specific questions and answers.
The webinar is organised by Gapsquare with the support of our partners and features the following speakers:
Learn more about the speakers:
Dr. Zara Nanu is an expert on using data to drive positive change for diversity and inclusion. Zara has a decade’s worth of history of working to develop services for women and driving the strategy changes needed to implement positive gender attitudes in the workplace.
Allison Cook is an employment law specialist acting for a range of public bodies including, local authorities and Emergency Services in all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non – contentious. Allison and her team have defended a number of Local Authorities in relation to group Equal Pay claims and has a particular interest in issues of equality and discrimination. Allison is recognised by Legal 500 as having an ‘unrivalled knowledge of public and emergency service employment’.
Philip Bundy is a Senior Employment Law Adviser at the Local Government Association, with responsibility for advising on employment law and HR policy issues. A solicitor by profession, Philip has extensive experience advising both public and private sector employers on complex matters and he has particular expertise in equalities law and employment law issues arising from public sector reform.
Caroline Barkley is HR and OD Business Manager at Doncaster Council.
Join us for interesting talks and an open conversation about gender pay gap reporting trends in the public sector. Register today to participate. A link to join the webinar will be circulated to those who register.
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