By Amanda McCulloch, Managing Director, Thorpe Molloy Recruitment Ltd
Posted inOpinionon13 Apr 2018 Company ProfileThorpe Molloy RecruitmentView profile »
The gender pay gap is complicated. Between nuances of interpretation, wide ranging causes and unwieldy legislation it is a topic which exercises legal brains and has been in the spotlight since the government announced companies with more than 250 employees had to publish their pay gap earlier this month.
In my experience, remuneration practice is a subject enveloped in secrecy with people reluctant to disclose what they earn. And last year the highly publicised disparities at the BBC generated a reaction which felt akin