Research reveals a third of companies are preparing to address gender pay issues after going through the process of writing gender pay gap reports.
One in three organisations that have gone through the process of writing gender pay gap reports are also looking to confront pay imbalances, a survey has found.
The poll found that 32% of companies were "considering" action to address their gender pay issues, 28% were undertaking no action while 40% remained unsure of next steps.
Undertaken by ICSA: The Governance Institute, and recruitment specialist The Core Partnership, the survey also found that a little more than four out of five companies, 86%, were on course to meet the gender pay gap reporting deadline of 4 April. Around one in ten, 12%, said they were not ready for the deadline
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