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December 22, 2022

Gender pay gap rules set for legislation in EU

Businesses across the EU with at least 100 employees will have to disclose pay gaps between male and female workers under the new rules, which introduce broader measures to improve pay transparency.

EU institutions reached a provisional agreement last week to make gender pay gap reporting legally binding in an attempt to address the bloc’s overall pay disparity, whereby women earn, on average, 13 per cent less than their male counterparts.

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