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Gender pay gap

Gender pay gap legislation (opens in a new window) introduced in April 2017 requires all employers of 250 or more employees to report annually on their gender pay gap.

This information must be published on the employer’s website and results must remain on the organisations website for a minimum of three years and be accessible to both employees and the public.

The gender pay gap is different to equal pay. Equal pay relates to men and women receiving equal pay for equal work. The gender pay gap is a measure of any disparity in pay between the average earnings of male and female employees.

RDaSH gender pay gap reports:

Page last reviewed: February 06, 2024
Next review due: February 06, 2025

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