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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.

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 Government estimates that there are currently 140 million working days lost per year in the UK due to sickness absence.


Many organisations already invest in occupational health services to facilitate their absent employees in returning to work and to reduce unnecessary time off for sickness absence. However, a new free scheme has been rolled out across England and Wales to assist all employers in this area and in February's Croner Solutions, regional employment consultant Melanie Parsons looks at how it works.

Other issues covered in this edition include:

  • Approval of flood waste recycling by the Environment Agency
  • An appeal to businesses by the Health & Safety Executive
  • A look at the law surrounding dismissal of employees with less than two years' service
  • Latest case law in relation to penalty clauses in contracts, and
  • Disparity in treatment of employees and unfair dismissal.

The January 2016 edition of Croner Solutions, your monthly guide to updates in employment and health and safety regulations and best practice, is available to


This month it looks at the surprising consequences of new sentencing guidelines for offences committed at work. The new guidelines come into effect on February 1 and could include bigger fines, changes in how culpability is judged, and how organisations can minimise risk.

Other issues covered in this edition include:

  • Apprenticeships - another new regime
  • A recent case study of 'detriment and discrimination'
  • Enforcement of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), and
  • a 'legislation tracker'


Building the right team, being consistent and ‘daring to be different’ are amongst the most important things a business can do to ensure leadership trust, according to new insights from senior figures at top brands including Deloitte, Pfizer and Bentley Motors.


A selection of 12 leaders and communicators were asked what they think a business should do to ensure trust. Senior figures from Deloitte, Pfizer and Bentley Motors were joined by peers from SSP, which owns, operates and manages around 2,000 food and drink outlets worldwide; Aggregate Industries, part of the LafargeHolcim Group; independent delivery company Tuffnells Parcels Express; and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

There's more information here

The December 2015 edition of Croner Solutions, your monthly guide to updates in employment and health and safety regulations and best practice, is available to download.


This month it looks at how time off is organised and communicated to employees over Christmas. Croner employment advisor Pritika Solanki looks at the problems facing employers in balancing staff levels with annual leave requests.

Other issues covered in this edition include:

  • Ethical audits and sustainable trade
  • How to manage 'heat of the moment' resignations
  • Entitlement to backdated pension benefits
  • The deadline for ESOS (Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme), and
  • Exemption from safety laws for turban-wearing Sikhs.

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