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CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) | Hidden Figures: How workforce data is missing from corporate reports

With global political instability, Brexit and the #MeToo movement, the landscape organisations operate in is shifting. ‘Good work’ has risen up the agenda following the publication of the Taylor Review, and in the reporting space the first year of gender pay gap reporting regulations has illustrated that it is possible to mandate for the reporting of key workforce indicators. Both developments represent a renewed interest in fairness and inequality in work, and while the effect of gender pay gap reporting has yet to be fully understood, it has kick-started an important debate about the standardisation of workforce data and disclosures

With global political instability, Brexit and the #MeToo movement, the landscape organisations operate in is shifting. ‘Good work’ has risen up the agenda following the publication of the Taylor Review, and in the reporting space the first year of gender pay gap reporting regulations has illustrated that it is possible to mandate for the reporting of key workforce indicators. Both developments represent a renewed interest in fairness and inequality in work, and while the effect of gender pay gap reporting has yet to be fully understood, it has kick-started an important debate about the standardisation of workforce data and disclosures

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