Managing Gender Pay Gap

15 May 2017

New rules came into force on 6 April 2017 requiring employers with 250 or more employees to publish an annual report containing data on their gender pay gap. We have spoken to a large number of organisations over the last few months about these new rules and inevitably some organisations are further ahead with their data analysis than others. We were told that organisations would benefit from the new rules being brought to life by looking at a worked example of the calculations and the information that needs to be published.

If you need any support in working through the calculations for your organisation, please contact Greg Burgess on 01293 605061 or or any member of DMH Stallard’s Employment team.

Please submit your details to receive the worked example and invites to our regular series of employment law seminars.


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