Advertising & Marketing - Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Has it done any good? And will ethnicity pay reporting follow?
- 28 February 2019
- 9.00am - 10.30am (registration & breakfast from 8.30am)
- 5 Chancery Lane, Cliffords Inn, EC4A 1BL
- Entry: Free
The perceived success of gender pay gap reporting has emboldened the government to start a consultation on compulsory ethnicity pay reporting but has gender pay gap reporting really changed the pay practices of agencies? We will:
- Look back on what we have learned from the 2018 gender pay gap reporting in anticipation of the wave of 2019 data
- Consider whether the focus on gender pay gap reporting has done anything to minimise the risk of an equal pay claim
- Discuss the government’s consultation and ethnicity reporting and the challenges it presents
Advertising & Marketing Group’s 2019 seminar series is for both advertising and marketing agencies and brand owners, the series also includes sessions on:
- Mental Health: What should agencies do to protect the mental well-being of employees?
- Mergers & Acquisitions: Somewhere over the rainbow…may be your future
- Data & Privacy: Is increased privacy regulation killing targeted advertising?
- Social Media: Update on the legal and regulatory risks of influencer marketing
Tom Heys writes for People Management: Why ethnicity pay gap reporting may not give a true picture of diversity31 January 2019
Tom Heys has written an article for People Management where he explains that the inherent variability of organisations’ workforces could mean that transparency reporting might not be as transparent as we think.