The UK Government has confirmed its regulations Gender Pay Gap Reporting (GPGR) for UK companies. It requires UK businesses with more than 250 employees to publish their GPGR statistics as at 5 April 2017 within one year of this date, and then on an annual basis. The method for calculating this information has been outlined in detail by the UK Government and the results from every company will be published on a UK Government website.
When calculating the difference in average earnings, the gender pay gap takes into account all jobs, at all levels and all salaries within an organisation. This means the gender pay gap paints a picture of the level of roles that women carry in an organisation. The roles that women fill can result from many different factors, such as historic trends of one gender dominating certain industries and type of jobs.
The following gives a detailed analysis for IQA:
|Gender pay Report|
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