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When: Wednesday, 5 October at 11am BST
Speaker: Triona Sugrue, Knowledge Lawyer, Employment at A&L Goodbody
Éinde O'Donnell, Associate Solicitor at A&L Goodbody
Mithra Vasanthan, Fair Pay Specialist at Gapsquare
Do you need to report on your Irish gender pay gap by December 31st but don’t know where to start?
The deadline for organisations with +250 Irish employees to report their gender pay gap metrics is quickly approaching. The new legislation is a significant step forward for equality in the workplace, but brings with it new challenges and tight deadlines for employers.
Join Gapsquare, pay analytics specialists, and A&L Goodbody, a leading Ireland law firm, for essential guidance on what the new legislation means for employers and how we can help you meet those requirements with ease.
This event will cover:
- What the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 means for Irish employers
- Reporting requirements, including who needs to report and what it should include
- How to automate your reporting requirements, including producing a data-led action plan, with Gapsquare
About our speaker: Triona Sugrue
Tríona Sugrue is a Knowledge Lawyer in the firm’s Employment Practice Group. Tríona has extensive experience advising on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment issues and representing parties in employment disputes before the Workplace Relations Commission, the Labour Court and the civil courts. She provides professional support to the Employment Practice Group and clients in relation to all aspects of employment law. She is a lecturer in Employment Law at the Law Society of Ireland and regularly contributes to publications on employment law topics. She is co-author of Labour and Employment Compliance in Ireland.
About our speaker: Éinde O'Donnell
Éinde is an associate in the firm's Employment group who acts as a trusted advisor for many leading domestic and international clients across a wide range of sectors, including: healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, retail, manufacturing and public relations. This involves Éinde providing advice in relation to strategic and complex employment and industrial relations matters across all aspects of the workplace relationship. Éinde regularly advises on the employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Éinde has also regularly represented employers in complex employment litigation before the Workplace Relations Commission, Labour Court and High Court. Éinde has particular expertise in advising on internal HR processes, workplace disputes and workplace restructuring.
About our speaker: Mithra Vasanthan
Mithra works at Gapsquare as a Fair Pay specialist, consulting a wide range of clients across corporate, public and third sector organisations and supporting them on their pay equity journey. Mithra brings a strong diversity and inclusion lens to the conversation, working with employers to identify and understand the root causes of pay inequity across various demographics: gender, ethnicity, disability and other groups. Mithra is an advocate for workplace and social equality and works with organisations such as UK Black Pride and other community focused groups with a view to create a more inclusive future and world of work.