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From next year any company employing more than 250 people will need to publish pay gap data, following the launch of Government draft regulations.


The new regulations are expected to come into force in October 2016, meaning organisations will have to publish initial data by April 30, 2017.

Companies will have to publish pay gap figures calculating the mean (average) and the median, the number which falls directly in the middle of all slaary figures when placed in numerical order, lowest to highest.

The March edition of Croner Solutions provides lots of detail which employers will need and is available to download here for FREE by IoIC members.

The report explains:

  • what needs to be published (including basic pay, paid leave, maternity pay, sick pay, bonuses and so on)
  • what isn't included (e.g. overtime or redundancy)
  • where details need to be published
  • what the Government will do with the date

There is also more help available for Institute members from Croner, including an equal pay audit, an equality tool (to test the fairness of your pay system) and market rate reports.

Other subjects included in the March edition of Croner Solutions include:

  • what employers need to consider when under pressure to dismiss an employee by a third party
  • salary benchmarking
  • hazardous watse changes in England
  • case study of a nurse deterred from taking part in union activity
  • an update on DSE (display screen equipment) legislation regarding eye tests, and
  • a legislation tracker.

The March 2016 edition of Croner Solutions and other useful information can be downloaded by IoIC members from the 'Research' section of this website here

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