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What is The Gender Pay Gap Annual Conference 2017?
Developed with The Fawcett Society this conference has been designed to assist organisations with 250 or more employees interpret the new Gender Pay Gap Regulations.
The aim of the day is to work through a series of best practice presentations and case studies to consider in detail what needs to be published to comply with the regulations and how to deal with the results.
A key concern for many organisations preparing to publish their gender pay gap results is that of reputational risk – how will your organisation be perceived by staff, customers and clients in light of your results?
This makes communication and controlling the narrative that surrounds your gender pay gap results vital – what you say, how you say it, where you say it, when and to whom is of crucial strategic importance. This event will examine these issues in depth and help you navigate the reporting process.
Attendees should leave with a clear understanding of:
- How to apply Gender Pay Gap regulations to their organisation
- How to nurture pay transparency in the workplace
- How to respond to results and develop a strategy to close the gender pay gap
- How to devise a communication strategy to manage the narrative that surrounds your gender pay gap results
- Sam Smethers, Chief Executive, The Fawcett Society
- Ann Francke, CEO of Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
- Sheila Wild, Founder, Equal Pay Portal
- Neil Carberry, Managing Director of People and Infrastructure, Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
- Josie Irwin, Head of Employment Relations, Royal College of Nursing
- Professor Carol Woodhams, Associate Professor in Human Resource Management, University of Exeter Business School
- Dr Jana Javornik, Associate Professor in Public and Social Policy; Director, Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business
- Sarah Jackson, Chief Executive, Working Families
- Dr Sarah Peers, Vice-President, Women’s Engineering Society
- Bibi Hilton, Managing Director, Golin PR
Date: Thursday 12 October 2017
Venue: Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington, Scarsdale Place, Kensington, London, W8 5SY