The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has published new guidance on helping PR professionals communicate data about gender pay disparities.
The CIPR’s most recent research states that there is an average pay gap of £11,156 between men and women, specifically in the Public Relations industry.
The law has changed, meaning that from now on, employers with more than 250 members of staff are required to publish gender pay data annually. The guidance aims to give PR professionals the knowledge to lead conversations about the pay gap and give them confidence on helping to report on it.
The report contains useful case studies and insights, and it can be read in full here.