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Gender Pay Gap 2016

For the 8,000 UK businesses employing more than 250 staff there is now a steep learning curve to negotiate in order to prepare for mandatory gender pay gap reporting and ‘transparency’.

The presentations from this event have been designed to allow organisations to benchmark their progress against the best in the UK, see how other companies are approaching the challenge of mandatory gender pay reporting and learn the most up to date solutions to meet the timetable and law for publication.

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  1. Welcome & Introduction to the Gender Pay Gap Conference 2016 - Gillian Joseph, Sky News (Ep.01)

    Gillian Joseph, Presenter, Sky News - Chair’s Welcome and Introduction to the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016. #genderpay2016

  2. Gender Pay Gap: Setting the Scene - Sam Smethers, The Fawcett Society (Ep.02)

    Sam Smethers, Chief Executive, The Fawcett Society discusses The Equality Imperative: Why Gender Equality in the Workplace Makes Business Sense at the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016. #genderpay2016

  3. Gender Pay Gap: What the problem is, why it matters & what you can do - Ann Francke, Chartered Management Institute (Ep.03)

    Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute discusses The Equality Imperative: What the problem is, why it matters & what you can do about it at the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016. #genderpay2016

  4. The Equality Imperative: Why Gender Equality in the Workplace Makes Business Sense - Panel Discussion (Ep.04)

    Panel discussion 1 of the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016 #genderpay2016 discussing The Equality Imperative: Why Gender Equality in the Workplace Makes Business Sense, featuring:

    Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute
    Sam Smethers, Chief Executive, The Fawcett Society
    Sheila Wild, Founder, Equal Pay Portal
    Ben Willmott, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, CIPD

    #genderpay2016

  5. Gender Pay Gap: Keynote Address - Caroline Dinenage MP (Ep.05)

    Caroline Dinenage MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Women, Equalities and Early Years gives the Keynote Address at the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016. #genderpay2016

  6. The Equality Imperative: Why Gender Equality in the Workplace Makes Business Sense - Q&A Session (Ep.06)

    Q&A with speakers in The Equality Imperative: Why Gender Equality in the Workplace Makes Business Sense session of the Gender Pay Gap National Conference 2016 #genderpay2016 featuring:

    Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute
    Sam Smethers, Chief Executive, The Fawcett Society
    Sheila Wild, Founder, Equal Pay Portal
    Ben Willmott, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, CIPD