Gender pay gap: communicating your pay gap to stakeholders and driving chan...

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The gender pay gap reporting regulations are a great starting point for building a more diverse and inclusive workforce. But what happens once you know the numbers?


This webinar is designed for those who are working on the gender pay gap and want to know what to do once the numbers have been crunched. How do you communicate these numbers to employees? What actions do you take next?


The webinar is run in partnership between Gapsquare, Stitch Communications, and The Glass Lift.


Speakers include:


Dr. Zara Nanu, CEO at Gapsquare

Zara leads Gapsquare in helping companies understand what the gender pay gap means and what data driven decisions can help narrow the gap. Zara has over 10 years' experience in linking data to decision making.


Charlotte Cooper, Communication Consultant at Stitch

Charlotte is a Communication Consultant at Stitch, where she works with clients to develop and roll-out strategies for their employee communications. When she’s not finding creative solutions to tricky problems, you’ll find her writing engaging campaign copy for clients.

Charlotte will focus on how you should be communicating with employees once your first report is complete. She’ll be providing some practical advice on how you can shape your own communications strategy and sharing her top tips for creating a gender pay narrative employees will understand.


Kaye Welfare, Managing Director at The Glass Lift

Kaye Welfare, as Managing Director at The Glass Lift, supports organisations to increase organisational performance through equality, diversity and a culture of inclusion.


Since setting up The Glass Lift in 2014, Kaye and the team have supported many organisations to research, understand and promote gender balanced work environments, and as such she has a wealth of knowledge on how to close the gender pay gap.


Using outcomes from evidence-based practice in the fields of Psychology, gender diversity and leadership, Kaye will discuss strategies for closing the pay gap and creating gender balance at work.


Matt Elliott, People Director at Virgin Money

Matt will be shring his experience of reporting and communicating the gender pay gap at Virgin Money.

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