UK companies employing at least 250 people were legally required to disclose the pay gaps between hourly wages for male and female workers. They had until April 4 to share the information. In addition to reporting their gender wage gap data to the government, these companies were also required to post the numbers, along with a statement, on a public-facing website.
And until last year, equal pay advocates expected the US would require companies to do the same."
Read article by Julia Carpenter from CNN.