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Hot Topic: 5 ways employers are managing Gender Pay Gap Reporting

It is almost a year since the government first published the draft regulations on Gender Pay Gap Reporting.  With legislation coming into effect from the 5th April, we recently launched a free gender pay reporting service to help employers meet their legal obligations.

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PAYnotes: The government has suggested reducing gender pay reporting to 50 employees

Since the government first published the draft regulations on gender pay gap reporting on the 12th February, employers have regularly been asking us to keep them updated on developments from the government.

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PAYnotes on Gender Moving up the Agenda

There has been a great deal of interest in the topic of gender pay in recent months, as people and organisations begin to think about what the new reporting requirements will mean for them.

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PAYnotes on emerging trends in Gender Pay Reporting and the National Living Wage

We can see trends emerging in relation to how people are managing gender pay reporting and the introduction on the new National Living Wage.

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PAYnotes on Gender Pay Reporting – What employers need to know

Last week finally saw the government publishing draft regulations for employers on mandatory gender pay gap reporting. From the 1st October, the regulations will come into force, requiring employers with over 250 employees to publish information about the pay and bonus gap between their male and female employees.

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PAYnotes on Gender Pay Reporting – Government to publish pay gap league tables from 2018

Since launching the ‘Closing the Gender Pay Gap’ consultation in July of last year, employers have been keen to find out their obligations when government legislation commences this year. Having collected employer responses by early autumn, the government was due to provide an update in winter.

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PAYnotes: Government to force exposure of pay gaps

Following confirmation by the Office of National Statistics that the difference between male and female earnings had fallen by just 0.2 per cent since 2014, the government started a consultation on the gender pay gap.

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PAYnotes: The existing practice relating to gender pay reporting and pay settlements November 2015

With 2016 seeing the introduction of compulsory gender pay gap reporting in organisations, it seemed like a good time to get a feel for what is already happening and what the likely reaction will be.

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PAYnotes: Interesting times in the world of reward – part two

In last weeks’ blog, ‘PAYnotes: Interesting times in the world of reward – part one’, I explored recent news relating to bonuses and executive reward. This week, I am turning my attentions to the impact of gender pay gap reporting and the introduction of the National Living Wage.

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PAYnotes on why a pay structure is so important for tackling the National Living Wage and Gender Pay Gap reporting

There has been a lot of media coverage recently regarding the announcement by the government, about the introduction of the National Living Wage, as well as Gender Pay Gap reporting.

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