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pay gap reporting
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04
Apr

Pay gap reporting, why should we care?

The gender pay gap is the difference between a man and woman’s average weekly earnings, based on equivalent hours and job roles. In 06 April 2017, new regulations came into force which meant all employers with over 250 employees are now required to report their gender pay gap data. Under this new regulation, it was...
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01
Mar

UK companies call for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

Almost a year since companies were required to report on the gender pay gap, fifteen companies have today signed a commitment to work towards mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting and encourage other businesses to do so as well. Signatories include the Bank of England, Deloitte, KPMG, WPP, Santander, Lloyds of London, Sodexo and EY. The...
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16
Apr

Gender pay gap data is everywhere – but what have businesses learnt from it?

How do you know how valued you are in a workplace? Well, money is a good place to start. And if this week’s flurry of gender pay gap reports are anything to go by, in the UK we do not value the hard work of women nearly as much as that of men. We value...
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Could Disruption be the long awaited catalyst for Diversity? (F)
11
Apr

Is ethnicity pay gap reporting next?

Article provided by Suzanne Tanser, Croner Reward Manager and pay expert Now that the deadline for publishing the first gender pay gap report has passed, the pay data of over 10,000 organisations is available online. The focus on this issue has not stopped there, however, with enforcement action commenced against those who failed to report...
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27
Mar

Employers entering “last chance saloon” to report their gender pay gap

Employers are entering the “last chance saloon” to report their gender pay gap, according to the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC). The EHRC’s warning comes as it publishes its final strategy on how the new regulations will be enforced. Businesses in the UK with over 250 employees have until 4 April to release their...
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MInd the Gap (F), gender pay gap
28
Jun

First government department publishes gender pay gap data

The Department for Education (DfE) has become the first government department to publish its gender pay gap and bonus pay gap data. The department has reported a mean pay gap of 5.3 per cent and a median pay gap of 5.9 per cent. This is compared to the UK’s national gender pay gap of 18.1...
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