Following the recent passing of the Gender Pay Gap Information Act, 2021, mandatory gender pay gap (GPG) reporting is now in force for all public and private sector organisations with 250 or more employees. It will be extended to include organisations with 50 or more in time.
The gender pay gap reporting model proposed in Ireland is similar to that in the UK. The UK experience has shown that many organisations found both the calculation of their GPG and its’ subsequent communication to be complex and difficult.
Mazars and the Shannon Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to attend our virtual roundtable with the members of the Shannon Chamber’s CEO and HR Forums on Getting ready for gender pay reporting in Ireland. During this interactive discussion we will outline:
- Your obligations under gender pay gap legislation
- The calculation of the GPG and the pitfalls to avoid in doing so
- How to effectively use payroll and HR data
- How to create a plan to address any gaps identified
- How to develop an internal communications plan
- How to communicate your gender pay gap figure to your external stakeholders
o Dera McLoughlin, Partner, Head of Consulting, Mazars
o Yvonne McNulty, Director, HR Consulting, Mazars
Who should attend?
HR directors/managers/staff members, Diversity and inclusion officer, payroll staff, finance managers/directors, business owners, directors, directors of corporate services, management, board members and anyone interested in the issue of gender pay and gender pay gap reporting.
We have limited spaces for this webinar. Please book online to secure your place.
The link to join the webinar will be shared a day before the event.