The UK’s 2010 Equality Act has a clause stating that any company with more than 250 employees must publicly share their gender pay gap, and it comes into effect in April. The Labour party’s Harriet Harman is extremely psyched for it.
British Equality Minister Harriet Harman's legislation forcing pay disclosures to decrease the wage gap hit a snag at the Equalities and Human Rights Commission, which recommended limiting disclosures and allowing class action suits. [The Guardian]
Harriet Harman is the Equality Minister in the UK and, as such, is pushing legislation to force government agencies and private firms with government contracts to disclose the average salary differences between men and women, and all private firms will be strongly encouraged to do so (under the threat of being…