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RSA Gender Pay Gap Report for 2022 Published


The gender pay gap is the difference in the average hourly wage of men and women across a workforce.


The Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 requires organisations to report on their hourly gender pay gap across a range of metrics.


Organisations with over 250 employees are being asked to report on their Gender Pay Gap for the first time in 2022.


We are pleased to publish the RSA Gender Pay Gap report for 2022. This allows us to demonstrate our equality, diversity and inclusion across the organisation and drives us to constantly improve ourselves for the service. This report is part of our commitment to our values that we will behave ethically, honestly and transparently, and are accountable to ourselves and the public.


The Road Safety Authority’s (RSA) Gender pay gap is 5.44%. This is compared to the average Irish gender pay gap which has been estimated at 11.3%.


The RSA’s Gender Pay Gap Report can be found here.


For more information you can also visit the Government website here.