As of April 2018, employers in the UK with more than 250 employees will be legally obligated to report the mean and median gender pay gaps for their organisation annually, as well as the proportion of men and women who receive bonus pay each year and the mean and median gender bonus gaps.
Implementing the legislation is more than a legal and administrative exercise. The reputational challenges are significant. To protect brand reputation and staff motivation, employers must think about how they communicate with their employees, clients and the wider public to support understanding of their gender pay gap figures, company culture and vision for the future.
Please join us for a breakfast roundtable
Facilitated by Weber Shandwick’s Head of Employee Engagement & Change Management EMEA, Stephen Duncan, and Director, Laura Tapper, this session will provide an open discussion with your industry peers on positive communication of the gender pay gap and the opportunities it presents.
The event will support internal communications and HR professionals, as well as corporate communications and marketing directors, to:
- Ensure you are on top of the legislation and prepare credible gender pay gap reporting implementation plans
- Realise the opportunities it presents for your business
- Benchmark your progress against best practice case studies
- Effectively communicate your company statistics with colleagues and stakeholders
- Circumvent unexpected reputational and brand challenges
When: Thursday 3rd August 2017
Timing: 08:30–09:30 (breakfast will be served)
Where: Groucho Club, 45 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4QB
RSVP: Hannah Pini at email@example.com or on 020 7861 0724