Gender pay gap reporting and the implications of furlough


10th November 2020

Furlough has the potential to skew an organisation’s gender pay gap significantly. We consider what furlough might mean for organisations preparing their data ahead of the next gender pay gap reporting deadline and the issue is increasingly topical now that an extension of the furlough scheme to the end of March 2021 has been announced.

Blake Morgan Employment law solicitor Madeleine Mould examines the issues in an article first published in Personnel Today on 10 November.

If you need legal advice on gender pay gap reporting, or any other matters, speak to a member of our Employment team.

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