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    Entries in gender pay gap (6)


    Have you unintentionally misreported your gender pay gap? 

    As many as one in six organisations have reported their gender pay gap incorrectly, according to independent data analysis. Organisations most commonly made one of three errors, often not intentionally but because of confusion about what data has to be entered. How accurate are your calculations?

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    On track to meet the deadline to publish gender equality gap information?

    Will you meet the 30 March 2018 deadline to publish your gender equality gap information? And if you are ready to publish, is there a danger that you might have your sums wrong? Do you realise that the Equality and Human Rights Commission might take enforcement measures if you don’t comply with the new regulations?

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    Publishing your Pay Gap

    The Department for Education (DfE) has published its gender pay gap figures, and these compare favourably to the UK’s national average gender pay gap, which is 18.1%. How does your pay gap compare? And what actions have you taken to reduce the gap?

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    Mind the gap

    New gender pay gap reporting requirements have come into force, with public sector bodies with 250 or more employees required to publish their gender pay gap data. How does your gender pay gap report shape up?

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    Publishing your gender pay gap – are you ready? 

    New gender pay gap reporting requirements come into force on 31 March 2017. Public sector bodies with 250 or more employees must publish their gender pay gap data. Are you ready? Do you know what you need to publish? Gender pay gap and equal pay – are you clear on the difference? Do you understand the link with this new requirement and your legal requirements under the Public Sector Equality Duty? What are the causes of the gender pay gap in Britain? What are you doing to actively reduce your gender pay gap?

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