The RSS: UK's gender pay gap system is 'flawed'

Firm suggests ten ways to improve data quality

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 "We could then have both a higher standard of gender pay reporting in the UK and, equally importantly, a better template that other countries might then choose to adopt in the years ahead," - RSS's Jennifer Rogers
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"We could then have both a higher standard of gender pay reporting in the UK and, equally importantly, a better template that other countries might then choose to adopt in the years ahead," - RSS's Jennifer Rogers

The UK's current gender pay gap reporting system is "flawed", although "great in practice", according to the Royal Statistical Society (RSS), which today released ten recommendations on how the system can be improved.

The RSS, a 10,000 member charity aiming to show how data can be used for public good, "warmly welcomed" the fact that, in 2017, the UK mandated all employers with more than 250 members of staff to publish...

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