Diversity Pay Gap Reporting FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

what is diversity pay gap reporting?

Diversity pay gap reporting refers to the practice of publicly disclosing data on pay disparities between different groups of employees, such as those based on gender, race, and ethnicity. The goal of diversity pay gap reporting is to increase transparency and accountability, and to identify and address any disparities in pay that may exist within a company or organization. Some countries and states have laws requiring employers to report on their pay gaps, while in other cases, companies may choose to voluntarily disclose this information.