Employers should urgently consider equal pay analysis, a lawyer has said, following the departure of the BBC's China editor, who claimed she was paid at least 50% less than her male colleagues.
Iceland has introduced new legislation to make employers show they are not paying women less than men for the same work.
Tom Gosling asks whether companies can ignore inequality and just get on with the business of generating wealth, or should they consider themselves as social entities in their own right?
Employers face a serious threat to their reputations from mandatory gender pay gap reporting, research has revealed.
As the latest stage of the UK's largest ever private sector equal pay claim, against supermarket giant Asda, begins tomorrow, what implications might this have for other employers? Andrew Gibson and Emma Ahmed from Hill Dickinson consider the issues.
Supermarket giant Asda has failed in its latest bid to block a mass equal pay claim against it.
The BBC could face having to spend millions of pounds to boost the salaries of female broadcasters after stars threatened action over a gender pay divide. But this story highlights how difficult it can be to define equal or similar work when trying to ensure gender pay parity.
Unions representing thousands of claimants in a long-running equal pay claim against Glasgow City Council have welcomed the latest victory in the Court of Session.
Cases on appeal provides news on key case law developments that are expected.
Updated to reflect the introduction of the gender pay gap reporting duty for private- and voluntary-sector employers with 250 or more employees, in force from 6 April 2017.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to equal pay.