The law requiring employers to publish a gender pay gap report will come in from 6th April 2017 which will mean that employers with 250 or more employees will have to publish the hourly pay gap and annual bonus gap between men and women. Businesses will have up to a year to publish the information on their own website. The reporting will include information about the average pay and bonus pay across the organisation, as well as information on the number of men and women within each quartile of the company’s pay distribution.
Employers need to ensure that they will comply with the requirements of the legislation and prepare now if they are not doing so already.
The main differences between the two sets of Regulations are:-
– The public sector duty takes effect as part of the existing public-sector equality duty, rather than as a standalone requirement
– The ‘snapshot’ date, on which certain pay information will focus, is 5 April for private sector employers, but 31 March for public sector employers.
Contact Frettens Solicitors for more information at www.frettens.co.uk or on 01202 499255 and Paul, Kate or Andrew will be happy to discuss any questions with you.
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Robert Bond FIRP
Rob has a background in Sales and IT recruitment with over 25 years of experience in these sectors. He heads up the IT and Accountancy Divisions of Bond Williams and is also responsible for Bond Williams internal Operations and Finance. Alongside Claire, he is responsible for the overall growth and …