Accounting & FinanceThe Gender Gap: Why is it happening and what can we do about it?

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"67% of Irish employers are concerned about the risk to their reputation once they go public with their pay rates"

Ireland is set to make it mandatory for companies to report gender pay gaps in an effort to increase transparency for wage differences between genders. As a result, businesses across all industries are increasing efforts to tackle the issue for their organisation.

This development has begged the question: what is the gender pay gap, why is there a gender pay gap in the first place, and what can be done to narrow the divide and create a more equal workplace for all genders?

It makes good business sense to challenge the status quo and bring about gender equality in the workplace, and that's why we created this guide. This will give you the knowledge to make real change in your organisation.

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