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“Progress starts and ends with talent” – Introducing our Talent Services Director

In October 2023, Spktral announced its new and improved website aimed at exemplifying our broad range of expertise in the region of pay gap analysis and DEI consulting. The website symbolised a key step in our expansion, from exclusively providing compliant gender pay gap services amidst complex and challenging legislation, to a service that supports…

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Putting the Focus on Ethnicity: Dianne Greyson and the #EthnicityPayGap Campaign

In October 2023, Spktral welcomed Dianne Greyson to the team as Non-Executive Director. Dianne is the founder of the #EthnicityPayGap Campaign, Managing Partner of Synergised Solutions and Director of Equilibrium Mediation Consulting. In February 2024 the #EthnicityPayGap Campaign will host the first ever Ethnicity Pay Gap Summit in partnership with Spktral and ShareAction. Tickets can…

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Know what’s spooky? Your gender pay gap percentage doesn’t tell you as much as you think it does…

When you read about the gender pay gap, you’re often reading about mere percentages. In accordance with government statutory guidance, organisations of 250 or more employees must calculate and publish these gender pay gap figures: mean (average) gender pay gap for hourly pay median (middle) gender pay gap for hourly pay percentage of men and women…

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Transparency in the Workplace: Why is it Important?

It is easy to feel nervous or out of your depth when presenting questions regarding identity. However, there is a great deal to gain from these difficult conversations, particularly when it comes to the process of representational analysis. A prerequisite to making changes in your organisation is to collect the data you need to analyse…

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Pay Gap Analysis is for Everyone – Not Just for More Than 250

The statuary guidance on gender pay gap reporting currently only applies to employers with 250 or more employees. However, we believe that identifying, analysing and responding to gender pay inequity is the responsibility of 𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗿𝘆 employer, not just big businesses. When we start thinking about representational analysis as a fundamental requisite in all workplaces, regardless of…

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