Done. Really disliked the tone that it's women's fault we get paid less because we choose poorly paid jobs, completely missing the point that 'traditionally female' roles are poorly recognised and rewarded by a patriarchal society. Meh.
BTW is it just me or shouldn't boys be encouraged to consider a wide variety of careers too? Surely girls would be more able to get some traditionally male jobs if boys were equally encouraged to consider jobs that are traditionally female? Maybe I'm being simple
Poorly designed survey I think. Felt quite obstructive to me. The consultation document lists the costs question as "^If you are an employer^, what are the estimated and actual costs of implementing gender pay reporting?"
The actual question misses the part in italics. So I used the 'other' box to write "not an employer" and left boxes blank.
special there are definitely orginasations that do this, I work for one of them!
And the amount of women i've seen on the cusp of promotion, then come back and are shoved in the "same" post i.e same job title, way less responsibility with a different manager who are right back to square one is unbelievable.