Free guide to Gender Pay Gap regulations 2016
Is your firm ready for gender pay gap reporting?
The gender pay gap reporting requirement will apply to private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees on 30 April 2017, and each anniversary of that date thereafter. The government estimates that this will include around 7,960 employers.
Our experts behind Lexis®PSL Employment has produced a guide to the draft Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2016 and provides a comprehensive overview of what employers and employment lawyers need to know. The guide will explain:
- which employers have to publish their gender pay gap information;
- what information will need to be published, discuss the concerns employers may have about gender pay gap reporting;
- and provide answers to the most common gender pay gap questions.
Employers can take steps now to ensure that they have the appropriate systems in place to produce the necessary gender pay gap information when required to do so. They can also consider ways in which they can put themselves in the best position strategically to minimise any risks associated with their gender pay information being published.
Our gender pay gap guide includes further information on some of the processes employers can take and will help them take a targeted action to address its gender pay gap information. Our LexisPSL Employment experts have put this useful guide together to help you understand and prepare better for these new regulations. In LexisPSL Employment you’ll find clear, concise practice notes that not only explain the legal principles, but include practical tips on how to apply them in real life – with direct links to the relevant legislation, case law, commentary, forms and precedents you’ll need.
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