The first "snapshot date" for gender pay gap reporting is 5 April 2017, with larger employers having to publish their first gender pay gap report no later than 4 April 2018. We look at what organisations need to consider when writing a gender pay gap report.
More than half of fathers would use shared parental leave, according to a poll by charity Working Families, published two years after the introduction of the right.
Workers will be represented on remuneration committees and employers will have to publish the ratio between executive and median pay, if MPs on an influential select committee get their way.
Updated to reflect the income tax rates and allowances in force from 6 April 2017.
Today is the first "snapshot" date that large employers must use to report their gender pay gap. Private- and voluntary-sector organisations in England, Scotland and Wales with 250 or more employees must calculate their gender pay and gender bonus gaps as they are on 5 April each year.
Updated to reflect that the new rules on off-payroll working in the public sector (known as IR35) are in force from 6 April 2017.
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