Sharing our gender pay gap results in Ireland
For the first time in 2022, all companies in Ireland with 250 or more employees must report their gender pay gap. Gender pay gap reporting should not be confused with equal pay for equal work. This is already a requirement under Irish law and Airbnb has conducted a global pay equity analysis annually since 2015 to help ensure equal pay for equal work.
Gender pay gap reporting is the difference in the average hourly and bonus wage of men and women across an organisation. It compares the pay of all men and women, not just those in similar jobs, experiences, skills and qualifications.
At Airbnb, welcome this new legislation and support its important objective: greater workplace gender equity in Ireland.
You can see Airbnb’s full results and narrative here.