This workshop will show you how to write a transparent narrative and offer support and advice on the best way to communicate your gender pay gap.
Gender pay gap reporting is becoming a priority for more and more employers, not just a statutory responsibility. Proactive, voluntary transparency will serve to improve employee engagement and retention, increase employee trust, and enhance your reputation as a responsible employer. The Gender Equality Campaign is here to provide you guidance on best practice when publishing your gender pay gap.
The purpose of the workshop
- Understand how best to communicate your pay gap internally and externally
- Decide how to write your accompanying narrative along with the gender pay data
This workshop will be of most benefit to participants who:
- Want to know what ‘good’ looks like in gender pay gap reporting
- Remain uncertain on why publishing a narrative is important and beneficial
- Have received an adverse reaction from employees or the media on their previous gender pay gap report
Who should attend?
HR managers / Heads of who are responsible for publishing and mitigating their organisation’s gender pay gap. Brand / PR / Marketing Managers / Heads of who are responsible for communicating their organisation’s gender pay gap.
Please note this workshop is for BITC Gender, Age and Race Partners and BITC Members only (1 credit for two people). If you have not yet renewed your membership onto BITC's new proposition, this is included in your current membership fee.
Light refreshments will be served
Contact for more information
Please contact Chloe Chambraud, Gender Equality Director for more information
Full joining instructions will be disclosed on booking.