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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

In recent news; Emma Stone shone a light on the difference in pay between actors and actresses, and the BBC released a list of their highest paid male and female earners.

Because of this 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...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Posted by on February 2nd 2017 in Blog Posts, Employment

Subject to Parliamentary approval, gender pay reporting legislation looks likely to come into force in April 2017. The legislation will require private and voluntary employers with 250 or more employees (as of 5 April 2017) to publish calculations outlining the pay gap between their male and female employees in an attempt to start to address the gender pay gap. It is expected that the obligation to report will include the public sector by April 2017. Current Office for National Statistics figures show that the current gender pay gap in the UK for full time workers is 9.4%.

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