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Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What Companies Need to Know

Posted by on July 21st 2017 in Blog Posts, Employment

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What Companies Need to Know

Following the news this week, where the BBC released a list of their highest paid male and female earners, large companies will be considering the reputational impact the release of such information will have on their businesses.

The Gender Pay Gap Regulations 2017, mean employers in the private, public and voluntary sector with 250 or more employees will be required to publish their “gender pay gap” by April 2018. 

Companies will have to publish a number of calculations to both their website and a government website, which include:

  1. average gender pay gap as a mean and median average;
  2. average bonus gender pay gap...

Dismissal fair despite being decided by reference to a history of expired warnings and future expectations (EAT)

Posted by on January 20th 2017 in Blog Posts, Employment

Dismissal fair despite being decided by reference to a history of expired warnings and future expectations (EAT)

It has been a generally accepted principle that once a warning for misconduct has expired, the employee’s slate should be wiped clean, and it would be unfair for an employer to take expired warnings into account when deciding to dismiss the employee.

However, in the recent case of Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd the Employment Appeal Tribunal, upholding the earlier decision of the Employment Tribunal, deemed it fair that the employer took into account prior expired warnings in deciding whether to dismiss the employee for misconduct. In this case the employee had 18 prior cases of misconduct, and although the...

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