Gender pay gap reporting

From April 2017, every UK business with more than 250 employees will have to calculate and publish their gender pay gap.  You can download an overview of the timeline here.

 

You'll need a snapshot of the data in April 2017 which will have to be published on company websites, as well as a central Government site, within 12 months.  Are you ready for the questions that your staff, stakeholders and customers will be asking about those numbers? 




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Opinion piece in City AM

Letter in the FT

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Working with Atlas Partners

The gender pay gap reporting regulations are part of Jo Swinson's legacy as a Government Minister.  Vanessa Pine, former Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Business worked with Jo to secure support for this change.

 

Jo and Vanessa have joined forces again to combine the services of their consulting teams.  Equal Power Consulting can help you create a sneak preview so you know, well ahead of time, what the figures are, what factors are contributing to your pay gap and what you can do to reduce it.  Atlas Partners can help you set out a long-term communications strategy to make equality a regular part of your yearly plans, and support your internal communications work around gender pay reporting. 



Events

HR reporting duties workshops with Eversheds. Book here.

  • 16 Nov 2016 (London)
  • 25 Nov 2016 (Leeds)
  • 2 Dec 2016 (Birmingham)
  • 13 Dec 2016 (London)
  • 19 Jan 2017 (London)

Keynote speech at the Global Equality & Diversity Conference, 23 Nov 2016.

Seminar on "How to avoid illegal practice" at the Gender Pay Gap Conference, 12 Oct 2016.