This report looks at gender pay gap data from 2018-2019 in a way that is practical and instructive, defining key patterns emerging within the data and helping you build action plans within the context of real intelligence.

The report takes two crucial and innovative looks at the gender pay gap nationally (using UK data), honing in on themes such as regional differences in pay inequality and how this relates to pay figures over all, the importance of understanding occupational segregation as you build policies and why looking at part time work and company size matters when negotiating inclusive practices.

What’s inside?

I. The World We Are In – A New Perspective Analysis

The Gender Pay Gap is decreasing, but progress is slow and inconsistent
Size matters: pay gaps and company size
Why is the public sector outperforming the private sector?
Regions, pay gaps and pay in general
What part does industry play in our gender pay figures?
Is occupational segregation partly to blame?

II. Change from within – Intelligent Company Introspection

Tackle occupational segregation to downsize the gender pay gap
Are women moving up in companies?
Time to get interested in part time pay

III. Benchmarking

The report includes data tables, survey results, and benchmarking on most improved companies, and company gender pay gaps by sector.

View the first four pages here, or download the full resource by clicking ‘Download your copy.’

What we do

At Gapsquare, we are passionate about closing the gender pay gap, ethnicity pay gap and achieving pay transparency at work for good. To do so, we have developed easy to use software Gapsquare FairPay® which allows businesses and organisations to analyse and track pay disparity statistics and produce instant reports on equality and diversity data, ready to be presented to teams. Our ambition is to apply data science combined with insights from economics and psychology to improve decision-making in HR & the lives of workers globally. This can optimise hiring, promotion, diversity and inclusion, and spending in rewards and incentives.

You can learn more about the UK Gender Pay Gap Regulations here. Or read our FAQ’s here.