Compulsory gender pay gap reporting teased

Compulsory gender pay gap reporting teased
Companies like Spark already report on their gender pay gap. (Image: Spark)
Oliver Lewis
There’s no legislation to enforce it yet, but the government has announced plans that would require 900 companies to publicly report their gender pay gap.At an announcement on Friday, New Zealand's minister for women, Jan Tinetti, and workplace relations and safety associate minister, Priyanca Radhakrishnan, said the reporting rules would initially apply to entities with over 250 employees, extending later to those with over 100.From the 900 entities first subject to the reporting requirements, this would increase to al...

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