Gender and ethnicity pay gap reporting can be a catalyst for understanding and improving diversity and equality measures across the workforce. With global events shining a light on matters impacting diversity and inclusion, understanding your pay gap data has become even more critical, as a failure to understand and address any imbalances risks negatively impacting an employer’s brand, employee relations, public reputation and the ability to attract and retain talent.

KPMG’s pay gap reporting tool allows you to drill down into specific data points enabling you to set targets and make effective and targeted changes in your organisation. Our tools coupled with our KPMG experts can help you not only be compliant, but also implement a forward thinking pay gap policy which really makes a difference.

Contact us to find out how we can help you understand your pay gap data better and help implement progressive change.

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Partner, KPMG Law

KPMG in the UK