A practical guide to gender pay gap reporting - Bath, 4 July 2017
Royds Withy King, Juice Recruitment and Fidelius are pleased to invite you to our practical workshop which will guide you through the new gender pay gap reporting requirements.
From April 2017, organisations that employ over 250 staff are subject to new gender pay gap reporting requirements.
What are you required to do?
Organisations are required to produce and publish a report reflecting the gender pay gap within their business, including the average differences in hourly rates of pay between male and female employees, and the difference in bonus payments received.
The report will be publicly available as it must be published on the organisation’s own website and on a Government website. The most recent Office for National Statistics figures calculate the current gender pay gap at around 19%, but for some businesses it is much higher. The new reporting obligations are aimed at closing the gap by encouraging employers to address any issues that may be causing or contributing to the gender pay gap.
Are you ready for gender pay gap reporting?
In this two-hour training course we will cover:
• which businesses and staff are covered by the reporting requirements
• how to calculate the gender pay gap data for your organisation
• the effect of salary sacrifice schemes on gender pay gaps
• your gender pay gap reporting obligations
• top tips on drafting your gender pay gap report
• how to minimise the risk of reputational damage if you have a gender pay gap
• how to protect your business from the risk of equal pay claims.
Date: Tuesday 4 July 2017
Time: 8.30pm – 10.30am
Venue: Royds Withy King, Midland Bridge House, Midland Bridge Road, Bath, BA2 3FP
Full price: £75 plus VAT.
Early Bird price: £60 plus VAT. Applies if you book prior to 2 June 2017.
Group price: £60 plus VAT. Applies if you book two or more people from your organisation on to the course.
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