How much will gender pay gap reporting affect corporate reputation? Should businesses be concerned about external communications? How will it affect employees?
By April 2018, UK employers with more than 250 employees will have to have published their gender pay gap data. There are many reasons organisations must take this issue seriously. Workplace inequality is not only unfair on employees; it poses a threat to the reputation and long-term success of every organisation.
Join Golin and The Fawcett Society with a panel of experts from Deloitte, The Independent and the Government Equalities office for an evening of discussion on how best to communicate your gender pay gap. We will also hear the headlines from Golin’s GPG corporate risk research.
Nick Bishop, head of corporate, Golin
Daniel Coles, head of GPG, Government Equalities Office
Josie Cox, business editor, The Independent
Peter Edwards, external relations director, RB
Laura Farnsworth, partner, Lewis Silken
Laura Parsons, senior PR manager, Deloitte
Sam Smethers, chief executive, The Fawcett Society
Thursday 2 November, 2017, 6pm start for 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you work in internal communications or corporate communications and would like to attend.