Labour Market

Suspending gender pay gap reporting is a good move, but we should end it entirely


In the Media

Victoria Hewson quoted in the Daily Telegraph

In the Media

Professor Philip Booth writes for the Daily Telegraph

Len Shackleton writes for 1828

The Government was right to suspend the requirement that organisations employing more than 250 people must report their gender pay gap, but “it would be much better to abandon the requirement completely” argues Prof Len Shackleton.

Writing for 1828, Len argues that in the current crisis, and for the foreseeable future, “companies should be concentrating on surviving and rebuilding their shattered business models, rather than futile attempts to follow a “woke” agenda dreamed up by politicians and single-issue pressure groups.”

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