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Thanks Dib - error corrected.
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Great to see you as always Glenn. Hope you're able to put your feet up this weekend - I reckon you covered every inch of that exhibition hall!
That's done for you now.
Head duly hung :-)
I did note the word when the article was sent over, but 'sneaked' seemed a little bit clunky so I let it slide.
My apologies if it offended your grammatical sensibilities, hopefully it didn't take away from the article's clarity.
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Posted in a bit of a hurry before an interview so didn't quite explain myself as well as I'd have liked.
I don't particularly disagree with Ms Andrews or yourself about the accuracy or meaningfulness of the data.
On the off-chance we find comparable people in comparable jobs in a comparable industry, thanks to the culture of secrecy around salaries in this country we're unlikely to be able to get the information out of them.
As I alluded to in my earlier post, it's a mindset reboot. Like not sacking women when they announce they're pregnant, or not demoting them when they return to work, or not harassing them (all of the above happened to individual friends of mine last year - 2017).
There are laws to protect people, but disrupting your life to go through an employment tribunal, particularly when pregnant or with a young child, isn't exactly top of the priority list.
I don't think the figures are particularly good, and hopefully in the future there will be no need for them.
I respectfully disagree with you Andy, and if the debate has moved on then I'm happy to be left behind.
While you'd struggle to find anyone who believes that the new pay gap reporting measures provide a completely accurate representation of the numbers, they are a start, and force firms to actually think about their employment practices.
What will be interesting is to see how next year's numbers stack up.
Hi Trethi Teg,
Thanks for your comment. We try to vary the levels of difficulty in our 'how to' articles.
In the case of Excel, we mainly try to publish tutorials catering for intermediate and advanced users, but also include a few for our student audience as well, which tend to be quite popular.
While I'm glad that you don't have the need for this guide, the title is fairly self-explanatory. I'd suggest that next time you spot a similar heading you don't click on the link.
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