Any employer with 250 or more employees must report their GENDER PAY GAP data. The existence of a gender pay gap within your organisation does not necessarily imply intentional discrimination against women. Instead, it can be the result of multifaceted and complex interplay of economic, cultural, societal and educational factors embedded in our society.
In this webinar, Raquel Barrera, an Equity, Diversity & Inclusion expert and founder of Chamber Member diversitas institute, will help you better understand and therefore address your organisation’s gender pay gap.
This session aims to:
o   Provide organisations with a deeper understanding of the gender pay gap
Clarify the distinction between the gender pay gap and unequal pay
o   Delve into the various factors behind potential gender pay disparities
The interplay of economic, cultural, societal and educational factors
o   Offer tools to measure and interpret your organisation’s gender pay gap
Delve into the 5 main underlying factors contributing to the gender pay gap
o   Empower organisations to take proactive steps toward closing the gap
Offer strategies and best practices for narrowing the gender pay gap and emphasize the benefits of bridging the gap
Following the session, there will be an opportunity for you to ask questions directly to the speaker.
Date & time: Tuesday 25th June, 10:00-11:00 BST / 11:00 – 12:00 CEST
Platform: Zoom

About the speaker:
Raquel Barrera (she/her), Equity, Diversity and Inclusion expert and founder of diversitas institute.
Raquel is a strong believer in the benefits of a more equitable, diverse and inclusive world.
She is also a Board member of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK where she is currently leading the Chamber’s EDI (Equity, Diversity & Inclusion) strategy and initiatives.
She has an Engineering BSc in Telecommunications and a background as Independent Consultant with more than 15 years of experience, working mainly with SMEs, in Business Strategy, Change Management, Lean In and Transformation through Innovation.
Since 2017, she has been a leader in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion from a business perspective. She advocates and promotes EDI in the workplace and is an expert in accompanying organisations from a broad variety of sectors and sizes on that journey.

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