Last chance to complete gender pay gap survey

Today is the final chance to complete our gender pay gap survey.

Gender pay gap: Last chance to take part in our online survey
Gender pay gap: Last chance to take part in our online survey

New figures in July showed that the pay gap in PR and comms is as stubborn as ever, with men paid an average of £10,000 more than women and receiving £65,000 more in bonus payments than women in equivalent roles.

Last month, David Cameron said he wanted to move forward with plans to force large firms to disclose data on their gender pay gap – a law to allow this was created during the previous government, but not implemented. A government consultation on the plans closes on 6 September.

Now, the PRCA, Women in PR and PRWeek have turned a spotlight on the issue with the launch earlier this month of an online survey which will close today at 6pm.

It includes questions such as whether PRCA members believe the publication of such information will help close the gender pay gap; and whether the Government's proposed 250-employee threshold for disclosure will have a beneficial effect, or should be amended.

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