Is your UK business one of the 9000 subject to gender pay gap reporting legislation?

Over the past month we have witnessed the tip of the Gender Pay Gap iceberg, with iconic institutions becoming embroiled in bitter disputes over disparity in pay.

The BBC, Church of England, Google, Financial Times and Cambridge University have all found themselves on the receiving end of staff outrage, public resentment and negative publicity as details of their Gender Pay Gaps have emerged.

This is just the beginning.

As more and more firms release details of their own Gender Pay Gap between now and next April we can expect media naming and shaming and the ensuing public backlash to intensify.

There will be many BBC moments ahead as transparency kicks in. Gender Pay is still a glass pyramid with fewer women at the top.
Ann Francke, CEO, CMI & Gender Pay Gap Conference Speaker, July 2017

The solution for employers is to get ahead of the game - embrace pay transparency in the workplace now, develop a strategy to close the gender pay gap and devise a communication strategy to control the narrative that surrounds your gender pay gap results.

The Gender Pay Gap National Conference has been devised to address these three fundamental strategies. Expert speakers from a range of sectors will be giving best practice advice and guidance on how your business can successfully naviagate Gender Pay Gap reporting unscathed.

Register your delegate place here

This year's speakers:

Speakers are being added to the conference agenda on a regular basis, so be sure to keep track of our agenda page.

  • Sam Smethers, Chief Executive, The Fawcett Society
  • Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute
  • Sheila Wild, Founder, Equal Pay Portal
  • Neil Carberry, Managing Director of People and Infrastructure, Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
  • Professor Carol Woodhams, Associate Professor in Human Resource Management, University of Exeter Business School
  • Dr Jana Javornik, Associate Professor in Public and Social Policy; Director, Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business
  • Sarah Jackson, Chief Executive, Working Families
  • Dr Sarah Peers, Vice-President, Women’s Engineering Society
  • Bibi Hilton, Managing Director, Golin PR

Find out more:

For further information regarding this event visit the conference website here.

If you have any questions or enquiries regarding this event please contact Neil Stewart Associates via email at paul.rushworth@neilstewartassociates.co.uk or call them on 0207 324 4330.

Find out more about the Gender Pay Gap Event Series here.