Gender pay gap report deadline

Gender pay gap reports for the private and voluntary sector in England, Wales, and Scotland are due today, 4thApril 2019. Employers with at least 250 employees are now required by law to publish reports based on a ‘snapshot date’ of 5thApril every year. This is the second year this law is in force, 2018 being the first that reports of this kind were published.

Under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, employers must report on the difference in pay and bonuses between men and women in their workforce. While the Northern Irish Employment Act 2016 reflect that of the Equality Act 2010, they also impose fines of up to £5000 for employers that do not comply.

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