All items: Gender pay gap

  • Gender pay gap reporting timeline updated

    Date:
    30 August 2016

    We have amended our gender pay gap reporting timeline following the release of the Government consultation for public-sector employers.

  • Gender pay gap reporting: FAQs updated with new information

    Date:
    24 August 2016

    The Government has published a consultation revealing details of changes to proposals on the gender pay gap reporting duty.

  • Gender pay gap reporting

    Date:
    24 August 2016

    Regulations requiring employers with 250 or more employees to publish information on their gender pay gap are expected to be laid before Parliament later this year. The Government has said that, subject to parliamentary approval, the legislation should come into force in early 2017.

  • Gender pay gap reporting: more FAQs

    Date:
    26 July 2016

    New FAQs on XpertHR answer questions on the gender pay gap reporting duty.

  • Podcast: Mid-year employment law update

    Date:
    8 July 2016

    We discuss the latest developments in employment law, including Brexit, the Trade Union Act, gender pay gap reporting and the apprenticeship levy.

  • Podcast: Employment law update

    Date:
    6 July 2016

    Look out for this week's podcast, where we will provide a mid-year update of the latest developments in employment law, including Brexit, the Trade Union Act, gender pay gap reporting and public-sector exit payments.

  • Upcoming developments in employment law

    Date:
    27 May 2016

    We provide a snapshot of key developments for employers in the coming months.

  • Gender pay gap webinar: reporting rules and action plan

    Date:
    20 May 2016

    Listen to our panel of speakers explain the key gender pay gap reporting requirements and the actions employers can take to progress women in the workplace and reduce their pay gap.

  • When should you begin collecting gender pay gap data?

    Date:
    5 May 2016

    Employers should be aware that, although gender pay gap reporting legislation does not take effect until October, they may need to collect figures on bonus payments from as early as 1 May 2016. We provide a timeline of key dates that HR professionals can use to prepare for the new obligations.

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Editor's choice: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the gender pay gap.