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In 2022, companies in Ireland with more than 250 employees are required to report their findings on the hourly gender pay gap in their organisation.

What is the Gender Pay Gap?

The gender pay gap is the difference in the average (or mean) hourly wage of men and women across the workforce – it compares the average pay of all working men and all working women regardless of role, nature of the work, length of service, or level in the organisation. It does not take into account working patterns, qualifications, or experience. Each of these variables impact on the results.

It is important to note that this is different to equal pay, which relates to paying individuals the same amount for performing similar work or work of equal value. In Ireland it is unlawful to have wage disparity based on gender.