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Eversheds Sutherland GPG: our complete online gender pay gap solution

Employers with over 250 or more employees have until the 4 April 2019 to submit their second round of Gender Pay Gap reporting data. Ahead of this deadline, we have partnered with CURO compensation to upgrade our service and a complete digital solution for UK gender pay gap compliance. Together with our wider gender pay service, this software will help ensure that you are prepared for the deadline and aware of the issues driving pay gaps in your organisation.

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Who is it for?

Our solution is for organisations of all sizes that need to comply with UK Gender Pay Gap reporting requirements. It is designed for those organisations looking to be market leaders in workplace equality, and effectively manage compliance and data analysis across multiple entities.

What does it do?

Our Gender Pay Gap solution is designed help you comply with Gender Pay Gap Reporting in the UK and understand the issues driving Gender Pay Gaps. Specifically you can:


Easily upload pay data using a standard excel template to calculate your statutory figures
Export personalised, branded and editable reports and visuals to publish on your corporate website
Generate advanced analytics and data visualisations to evaluate the impact of factors such as job seniority, part time working hours, age, tenure and other drivers affecting pay gaps
Compare reports and produce comparative analytics by legal entity, and company wide data supersets
Report an unlimited number of legal entities and combine the data sets of different legal entities into an aggregate report

How does it work?

The solution is accessed online via a secure browser log in. We include a “getting started” guide and online FAQ to help you with your first reports.

We can provide the solution as a standalone, self-service product or as part of an enhanced gender pay service that gives you access to our specialist team. This enhanced service includes:

  • expert advice and support in assessing individual components of remuneration for reporting purposes
  • analysis of group structures and reporting requirements of individual entities
  • advising on the extent of employees within scope
  • privileged legal analysis of pay differentials
  • support and assistance in preparing narratives from genuine sector experts
  • a helpline service to deal with individual reporting queries.

This enhanced service is delivered by our specialist gender pay team. We have been at the forefront of equal and gender pay developments for many years and have the experience and track record of helping organisations navigate through this complex and sensitive area.

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