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Charity Commission gender pay gap report 2017

A report on the Charity Commission's gender pay gap data as of 31 March 2017.

Documents

Charity Commission GPG Report 2017: summary of figures (correct data)

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Charity Commission GPG Report 2017: summary of figures (incorrect data)

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Last year the government introduced statutory legislation for organisations (with 250 or more employees) to report annually on their gender pay gap.

This report sets out where the Charity Commission fulfils the reporting requirements. It analyses the figures in more detail and explains what we are doing to close the gender pay gap in the organisation.

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Published 27 March 2018
Last updated 29 March 2019 + show all updates
  1. An error was identified in the figures prepared by an external firm in the 2017 mean pay gap calculation, largely related to miscalculations regarding part-time workers. We are sorry for this error and have updated this page to show the correct figures.

  2. First published.