As employers prioritise diversity and inclusion, equitable employee compensation across ethnicity, gender, and other protected characteristics is vital. The UK Equality Act 2010 and mandatory gender pay gap reporting add complexity and risks. Failing to address pay inequities can lead to legal consequences, labour turnover, and low morale. Equal pay audits provide a valuable solution by systematically evaluating employee compensation and identifying unjustified disparities, allowing employers to take corrective actions.
Download our guide to discover 7 key steps to conducting a equal pay audit in your organisations. Guiding you through identifying objectives, selecting the right tools, and taking practical and prudent procedures to identify significant gaps.