On International Women’s Day, Senior Associate, Clare Brereton considers where things stand with gender pay gap reporting in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and what steps employers can take to advance pay equality within their organisation.
Today is International Women’s Day. All over the world organisations and communities are gearing up to celebrate women’s achievements and rally for equality.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Senior Associate, Emily Plosker examines one of the key employment rights afforded to women on maternity leave and looks at proposals to improve the position of pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace.
International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021 puts the spotlight on equality for women, including in the workplace. By 2022, one in every six British workers will be a woman aged 50 or over – a woman very likely to be on her journey through the menopause.
In April 2020, companies with 250 or more employees must publish their gender pay gap information for the third time under the Equality Act (Gender Pay Information) Regulations 2017