Gender pay gap

Gender pay gap reporting legislation will require large employers to publish their overall mean and median gender pay gaps from 2018. Under the new laws, employers will have to calculate their gender pay gap from April 2017 and publish the details by April 2018.

 

Sign up to our forthcoming webinar on gender pay gap reporting to help you prepare for the new legislation.

The gender pay gap  reporting obligations will apply to a variety of public-sector employers, including police forces. Photo: Simon Webster/REX/Shutterstock.

Public sector gets draft gender pay gap reporting law

The draft Regulations that will require public-sector employers to report on their gender pay gap have been published.
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Gender pay gap reporting: Your questions answered (webinar)

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Gender pay gap for millennials falls to 5%, but parenting penalty persists

4 Jan 2017

The gender pay gap for employees in their 20s has halved in a generation to 5%, according to new research...

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Top 10 HR questions December 2016: GPG reporting and GDPR

3 Jan 2017

The Government published a revised version of the draft Regulations setting out the gender pay gap (GPG) reporting duty on...

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Employment law cases 2017: seven decisions to look out for

14 Dec 2016

We round up seven significant employment law decisions expected in 2017, with cases pending on employment status, equal pay, whistleblowing,...

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Gender pay gap reporting timeline: key dates for HR

8 Dec 2016

Although gender pay gap reporting legislation does not come into force until 6 April 2017, employers may have to collect...

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Failure to report gender pay gap could result in more than reputational damage

7 Dec 2016

Employers could face legal consequences if they fail to comply with the new gender pay gap rules, which were published...

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Employment law changes 2017: eight priorities for HR

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Significant employment law changes are anticipated for 2017, amid the ongoing uncertainty resulting from the Brexit referendum.
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Gender pay gap reporting: five things you need to know

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Today, 10 November 2016, is Equal Pay Day, the day of the year on which women effectively stop earning money...

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Five questions to ask when addressing gender equality

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Gender pay gap reporting is just the start of tackling gender diversity, argues KPMG’s Ingrid Waterfield. It’s the action that...

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Women earn less than men throughout their working lives and the gap is widest in their 50s when they earn...

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So much has been written about why women earn less than men and miss out on key promotions. But, as...

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