Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What you need to know

On 6 April 2017, new Regulations came into force requiring organisations with 250 or more employees to publish annual reports containing detailed information regarding the Gender Pay Gap (including bonus pay) between men and women across their workforce. The first Gender Pay Reports will be due by April 2018 and must be made publically available on a dedicated Government website as well as the employer’s own website.

Got a question on gender pay reporting?

Our experts are on hand to listen to your particular concerns and workplace situation so they can tailor a solution that suits your needs.

Compliance made easy

Our HR team can help lift the burden of the reporting process, from initial preparation and analysis to practical recommendations on how to reduce your Gender Pay Gap.

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For a practical  step by step guide on how to meet the new gender pay requirements, why not book a place on one of upcoming seminars?

 

Talk to our experts

If you employ 250 or more employees and want to stay compliant with the latest legislation on the Gender Pay Gap, speak to our experts today.

  • Your own comprehensive Gender Pay Report
  • Over 70 HR and employment law professionals at your disposal
  • Professional and qualified support tailored to fit your business and budget
  • Uniquely positioned – EEF has worked closely with the Government Equalities Office on the development of Gender Pay legislation

 

To find out more, get in touch with our HR and employment law team.

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