Gender Pay Gap Reporting

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Organisations which have 250 or more employees will be required to report annually on their gender pay gap.

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We have previously updated you about the Gender Pay Gap Reporting. To recap, organisations which have 250 or more employees will be required to report annually on their gender pay gap. For the public sector, this is due to come into force on 30th March 2021 and for the private or voluntary sector, this is effective from 4th April 2021.

The details are to be published on all organisations’ websites, as well as the government website:

However… due to COVID-19, the enforcement of the gender pay gap reporting regulations has been pushed back, which means these will not come into play until 5th October 2021.

Organisations are being encouraged to still report on time with the information if they are able to.

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