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Gender Pay Reporting


Overview

The gender pay gap regulations requires businesses with over 250 employees to measure and report on their gender pay gap. The regulations apply to public and private businesses, along with voluntary sector organisations.

NB Most Scottish and Welsh public authorities are subject to their own specific gender pay gap reporting obligations

Relevant organisations may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies to make sure they can best comply with the legislation.

This event will help your business understand what is required to meet your legal obligations and what actions you can take to reduce your gender pay gap.

Business need

Relevant organisations that employ over 250 staff must produce and publish an annual report which includes:

• the mean and median differences based on the hourly pay rates of female employees compared to male employees
• the mean and median difference in bonus payments received by male and female employees
• the proportion of male and female employees receiving a bonus payment
• the proportion of male and female employees in each pay quartile.

This event will help your organisation understand what is required to meet your legal obligations and what actions you can take to reduce your gender pay gap.
Even if you employ less than 250 it’s good practice, given the other advantages to your business, to start addressing the issue.

These benefits could include:

• being viewed as an employer of choice
• improving employee engagement and productivity
• reducing staff turnover
• better management and retention of your talent base
• complying with supply chain initiatives.

All delegates will receive an electronic certificate of attendance for their participation in the training.

Suitable For

Delegates from all sectors of industry including: HR professionals, directors, managers, business owners, Trade Union representatives, employee representatives and individuals who wish enhance their CPD.

Programme

This event will include:

• what is Gender Pay reporting legislation – a timeline
• who will it apply to?
• Gender Pay reporting requirements: The draft regulations
• where to start – including process and analysis
• what must be reported on and how the different elements of pay are defined
• calculating the gender pay gap
• the basic reporting and publishing requirements
• government monitoring of compliance
• what to do next and best practice advice

Have a large group of staff to train?
To save you time and money, we can deliver bespoke training at your workplace. To find out more contact our Customer Services Team on 0300 123 1150 or complete our online enquiry form

e-learning

We also offer free e-learning on a wide range of employment relations topics. It's a great way to develop, enhance and refresh your knowledge, providing you with the opportunity to work through theory, explore case studies and answer interactive questions.

Need more than training?
We recognise that every organisation is different. Our specialists can diagnose issues in your workplace and tailor practical solutions to address the challenges faced by you and your staff. To arrange a call or visit or to simply find out more, contact our Customer Services Team on 0300 123 1150 or complete our online enquiry form


Venue Acas Newcastle   Map (opens in new window)   Date 17/05/2019    Time 09:30 - 12:30   
Price £175.00 per person    Please note our training events are VAT exempt
To book now

* Max of 4 delegates per organisation. Please call Acas on 0300 123 1150 or email events@acas.org.uk if numbers exceed this or for more details about the training session.