Gender Pay Gap
- 23 February 2021 the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), the body charged with ensuring compliance in this area, announced that it would not begin enforcement action for the 2020-21 reporting cycle until October 2021. In the words of the Commission, this "...gives those required to meet the regulations an additional six months to report their data before legal action begins."
- 14 December 2020: the government updated its guidance to indicate that furloughed employees should not be classified as "full pay" employees. The EHRC has also provided further details on this issue.
- 24 March 2020: in the light of the Coronavirus outbreak the government has announced that it will not be enforcing reporting deadlines for the 2019-20 reporting cycle. Employers can still submit their 2019-20 results but there will be no penalties if this does not happen.
Move your gender pay gap reporting on to the next level with XpertHR's Gender pay gap reporting service.
All employers with 250 or more employees are now legally obliged to report every year on six key metrics about their gender pay gap and gender bonus gap using data inputs and calculations set out in Regulations.
The XpertHR Gender pay gap reporting service takes the worry out of calculating your pay gap metrics, providing a confidential bespoke report based on your raw data and setting out the figures you need to report. The XpertHR Salary Surveys team will support you through the entire process.
Our continually enhanced gender pay gap reporting services enable you to:
- Fulfil the gender pay gap reporting requirements;
- Compare your 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 metrics and spot trends; and,
- Easily identify the influence of different groups of employees on your overall pay gap, with breakdowns by job title, function group, business division, length of tenure and more.
We also provide industry and whole economy benchmarks and guidance on how to protect your organisation's reputation when reporting.
Hundreds of organisations have used the XpertHR Gender pay gap reporting service over the past few years to understand and report their gender pay gap data ahead of the legal deadline. You can get similar peace of mind by joining them now.