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  • News - What do the reported gender pay gap figures show?
    The first deadline for large private and voluntary sector employers to publish their gender pay gap figures has now passed. More than 10,000 employers have published their data, with more than 1,000 of those reporting on 4 April 2018, which was the very last day before the deadline expired. What do the reported figures show and what happens now?
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  • News - Reporting on your gender pay gap
    Employers with 250 or more employees are required to publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap, with the first reports to be published online on a government website by no later than 4 April 2018. However, so far, few employers have complied. What is the government likely to do about this?
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  • News - New toolkit to help employers close the gender pay gap
    The Government Equalities Office has launched a new toolkit for employers who are looking for advice on, and assistance with, how to understand and address their gender pay gap. What’s in it and do you need to worry about the gender pay gap if you’re a small employer?
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  • News - Final guidance on gender pay gap reporting published
    Acas and the Government Equalities Office (GEO) have published the final version of their joint guidance on mandatory gender pay gap reporting. If the new reporting requirements apply to your business, is the guidance worth a look?
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  • News - New report highlights the pay penalty of having children
    New research published by the Resolution Foundation shows that the gender pay gap for female millennials in their 20s has reduced by over two-thirds in two generations. However, the pay gap is set to escalate as these women enter their 30s and 40s. What’s causing this widening of the gender pay gap?
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  • News - Final draft of gender pay gap regulations published
    The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 will require employers with 250 or more employees to publish their first gender pay gap reports by 4 April 2018, based on pay data at 5 April 2017. What are the key provisions in the final draft of the regulations?
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  • News - Mandatory gender pay gap reporting
    Under new legislation, larger employers will soon have to start reporting on their differences in pay between male and female employees. Which employers will be affected and what will they need to do?
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  • News - Mandatory gender pay gap reporting
    Regulations that make it mandatory to publish information about the difference in pay between male and female employees are expected to be brought into force within the next twelve months. Will this apply to you?
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  • News - Compulsory equal pay audits
    The government has issued a response to its May 2013 consultation "Equal Pay Audits: A Further Consultation”. What’s the latest?
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  • News - Male employees win landmark equal pay case
    An employer has been ordered to pay out £460,000 in an equal pay case involving men. What’s the lesson for businesses like yours?
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