Fawcett comments on Gender Pay Gap Reporting one year on: 'It's time for action plans not excuses'

4 APRIL 2019: It is disappointing, but not surprising, that there are so many employers in the UK with large pay gaps and that these pay gaps aren't being closed. The regulations are not tough enough.  It's time for action plans not excuses. Read more

Fawcett comments on gender pay gap reporting figures so far

28 MARCH 19: Most employers are leaving it until the last minute to report and it is disappointing that a significant proportion of those who have reported have got larger pay gaps. Read more

Fawcett comments on EHRC investigation into BBC pay discrimination

12 MARCH 19: Pay discrimination should have no place in modern workplaces yet we know from our Equal Pay Advice Service that it is all too common. Read more

More Action Needed on Women's Rights, says EHRC report

25 FEBRUARY 2019: New wide-ranging report focuses on the development in education, detention and asylum, access to civil justice, the workplace and health care since July last year Read more

Fawcett comments on new gender pay gap reporting analysis

20 FEBRUARY 2019: The reality is this is a marathon not a sprint. It will take a 5 year strategy with a focussed action plan to produce results, combined with a tougher reporting regime. Read more

Fawcett comments on ASDA equal pay case

31 JANUARY 2019: Women are consistently undervalued in the workplace. Unless there is an objective justification for the difference in pay then it is pay discrimination. Read more

Fawcett comments on EHRC review on the impact of gender pay gap reporting

17 DECEMBER 2018: Fawcett has consistently argued that publishing an action plan should be a statutory requirement. Read more

Fawcett launches Equal Pay Advice Service as research reveals 1 in 3 workers are unaware pay discrimination is illegal

9 NOVEMBER 2018: A shocking 1 in 3 men and women in work do not know it is illegal to pay women and men differently. Read more

Fawcett comments on New ONS Data for Gender Pay Gap in Britain

25 OCTOBER 2018: The mean average for full-time work now stands at 13.7%. Read more

Fawcett comments on damning parliamentary report on BBC Pay

25 OCTOBER 2018: This report is damning on the question of unequal pay at the BBC. The focus must now be on improving transparency, pay and recruitment practices, and correcting pay inequalities for all women. Read more

Fawcett comments on report on bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament

15 OCTOBER 2018: The report was written by Dame Laura Cox, who chaired Fawcett's Sex Discrimination Law Review earlier this year. Read more

Fawcett supports Co-Op Executive Tribunal over Equal Pay Claim

14 AUGUST 2018: Fawcett Society stands shoulder to shoulder with Sam Walker in her fight for equal pay. Read more

Fawcett comments on call by MPs for businesses to drive change on gender pay gap

2 AUGUST 2018: We have to move on from simply reporting the pay gap, to taking action to close it. Read more

Gulfs in jobs, care and transport in Greater Manchester show policy will fail without women

2 AUGUST 2018: Fawcett's new research on public services in Greater Manchester shows there are still “boy jobs” and “girl jobs” in apprenticeships, despite a below average gender pay gap. Read more

Fawcett comments on EHRC largest ever review on women's rights

23 JULY 2018: This centenary year is a good time to take action on pregnancy discrimination, the gender pay gap, violence against women, and much more. Read more

West Midlands jobs market failing women

5 JULY 2018: Fawcett's new research on public services in the West Midlands shows widening gap in the number of women and men in work Read more

Carrie Gracie donates BBC backdated pay to Fawcett Society to support women fighting for Equal Pay

29 JUNE 2018: Our first priority with this money will be to help low paid women and those who do not have access to advice fight pay inequality. Read more

Fawcett comments on Government response to report on Fathers and the Workplace

14 JUNE 2018: This is a huge missed opportunity to help families and to address one of the biggest inequalities in our society. Read more

MPs say public services and the law are failing millions of women

5 JUNE 18: The views and experiences of women of colour are largely hidden when it comes to public services and policymaking, according to a new report by Fawcett and Young Women's Trust. Read more

Gender pay gap reporting “game changer” in breaking the taboo on pay

3 APRIL 18: With the deadline for gender pay gap reporting approaching, employers now have nowhere to hide on gender pay gap. Read more

Fawcett comments on MPs call for reform on parental and paternity leave system

20 MARCH 2018: Our parental leave system is still driven by a 1950s model of family life. It's time for a radical rethink. Read more

No Safety Net for UK’s Worst Paid Women

8 MARCH 2018: Millions of working women face financial insecurity, according to new research conducted by the Living Wage Foundation and the Fawcett Society. Read more

Fawcett comments on BBC review

30 JANUARY 2018: The Review concludes that there is no evidence of unlawful gender bias regarding pay decisions at the BBC. Read more

Fawcett's open letter to Tony Hall over unequal pay and decisions to remove some women broadcasters from air

29 JANUARY 2018: The only way forward is to resolve any pay inequality that exists and do it now. Read more