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Arrival and coffee:

3.30pm – 4.00pm

Work+Family Think Tank:

4.00pm – 5.30pm


Thursday 22 February 2018

Register your interest here

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What’s the story in the Financial sector? (Afternoon Think Tank)

Join us at our afternoon Think Tank, in partnership with My Family Care.

A Think Tank to help you tell the story behind your data, effectively positioning your results, both within and outside your organisation.

The deadlines for reporting your gender pay gap figures by 30 March (public sector) or 4 April (businesses and charities) are looming.

With the banking and finance sector likely to come under fire for the ‘size of the gap’, the way you tell the story behind your data will be critical in effectively positioning your results, both within and outside your organisation.

At this Think Tank we’ll be providing commentary and insights to help you with your explanations and your contextual narrative. It will influence how your figures are interpreted by current and future employees, by investors and the public. And it will set your platform for practical and effective action to address the gap.

We’ll be sharing our industry experts’ experiences and opinions including key points to consider from a reputational and employer brand perspective through to niche areas such as the impact of flexible working as well as unequal parenting and caring responsibilities on ‘the gap’.

We’ll also be looking forward and examining what more employers need to be doing to attract and retain female talent in the finance sector in the future. 

You’ll also be able to ask questions to the speaker panel and network with your HR peers. The experience and expertise shared will help you craft a true and impactful narrative for your organisation.

Speaking at the event will be employers, commentators and experts including:

  • Naomi Goodman, Associate Director, Change and Employee Engagement, Lansons.
  • Nina Hamilton, Partner responsible for Business Development and Client Strategy globally, The Omerta Group.
  • Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care.
  • Ed Bowyer, Employment Partner, Hogan Lovells.
  • Alan Moore, Global Compensation and Benefits leader.

To register your interest in attending the event, please email: