Letter acknowledging a concern about lack of gender pay gap reporting
This letter can be used to reply to an employee who has raised questions about the existence of an organisation's gender pay gap report, either explaining the location of the report or that there is no legal requirement to produce the report.
Letter responding to employee raising concerns about gender pay gap
Use this letter to reply to an employee raising concerns about the internal gender pay gap, reiterating information contained in the gender pay gap report and including any additional explanatory information. The letter reminds employees of their right to raise a grievance under the internal grievance procedure if their concerns have not been remedied.
Letter to employees informing them of voluntary gender pay gap reporting
Use this letter as part of your proactive commitment towards reviewing, and acting on, any internal gender pay gap. The letter confirms whether the report will be made available to employees and reiterates that follow up action will be taken to address any gender pay disparity.
Policy on voluntary gender pay gap reporting
This policy can be used to outline your approach towards voluntary gender pay gap reporting, including outlining what statistics will be calculated, whether publication of the report will take place, and how employees can raise concerns.
Template gender pay gap action plan
Use this template action plan to document the internal steps which will be taken as part of your commitment to address any internal gender pay gap. The template allows you to set targets in place, identify proposed timelines and allocate responsibility for these actions within your organisation.
Template gender pay gap report
This template can be used to set our your gender pay gap report in line with statutory requirements, including optional sections on organisational context, commitment towards equality, and internal pay strategies.