The Business, Innovation, and Skills Committee has launched an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, directors' duties and the composition of boardrooms.
The autumn months promise to be a busy period for HR practitioners as they get to grips with a host of employment law changes. Bar Huberman sets out the top 10 upcoming legislative changes that employers need to be ready for, even though many implementation dates have yet to be confirmed.
We have amended our gender pay gap reporting timeline following the release of the Government consultation for public-sector employers.
Although gender pay gap reporting legislation does not come into force until early 2017, employers may have to collect gender pay gap data from as early as April 2016. HR professionals can use this timeline to get ready for their reporting obligations.
The Government has published a consultation revealing details of changes to proposals on the gender pay gap reporting duty.
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.
Women continue to receive fewer promotions and earn less than men, according to the latest National Management Survey from XpertHR and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
HR and legal information and guidance relating to the gender pay gap.