During the pandemic, many anniversaries and life milestones have been lost. Among them was Equal Pay day on 31 March.
And in another parallel world, 4 April would have been the deadline for companies with over 250 employees to report their annual gender pay gap figures.
But with companies being granted ‘breathing space’ by the government to tackle Covid-19, there will be no expectation for companies to report this year.
Some companies will still do it or have done it — for example, Verizon Media, the parent company of Huffington Post. But others won’t. The government called off obligatory reporting this year on 24th March, and only around a
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