Gender Pay Gap Reporting

As we head into the new tax year, 2023, there are many changes that are coming in to effect as a result of Budget 2023. It is important that, you as an employer be aware of these changes from a Revenue perspective and an employee rights perspective as a number of them will affect all employers in some way. Please familiarise yourself with the changes and contact us if you require more information. Below is a brief summary of some of the changes.

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

  • Came into effect in May 2022
  • Requires employers to report information on pay by reference to gender to determine if a gap exists

Who is obliged to report?

  • Public & private sectors with the required minimum number of employees on the relevant date (snapshot date)
  • To be published on company website 6 months after snapshot date – e.g snapshot date 30th June to be published by 30th December.
  • Reporting obligations being phased in as follows:
Reporting YearNumber if employees employed on the Relevant date
2022250 or more
2023250 or more
2024150 or more
2025 and subsequent years50 or more

Return to Budget 2023 Update – Changes coming into effect for employers.

Contact Us:

To discuss in confidence what the measures mean for you or your business, please contact our team outlined below, or your usual RBK contact.

  • Mary Byrne, Payroll Manager (090) 6480600
  • Yvonne Clarke, HR Solutions Manager (090) 6480600

Team Members

Rose Bracken

Payroll Director

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Yvonne Clarke

HR Solutions Manager

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