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UK ‘unique in its light-touch approach’ to gender pay gap

Research finds legislation is ‘much more robust’ in other countries

The UK is “unique in its light-touch approach” in not requiring private employers to produce a plan to tackle gender pay gaps, a report has found.

The research by the Fawcett Society and the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London (KCL) found the UK lags behind other countries, which have “much more robust systems”.

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