Government Website for Gender Pay Gap Data Live
The Government's website for uploading gender pay gap data is now live.
Employers employing 250 or more employees have to report on their gender pay gap by no later than 4 April 2018. The information has to be uploaded to the company's own website (where it must remain for three years) and the Government website.
Affected employers can register now with the Government service and will be provided with a PIN number in the post to activate their account.
Employers will have to publish details of:
- the difference in mean and median hourly pay between men and women
- the difference in mean and median bonus pay between men and women
- the proportion of male and female employees that received a bonus
- the proportion of men and women in each pay quartile.
The final version of the joint Acas/Government Equalities Office guidance Managing Gender Pay Gap Reporting has also been published.
Our series of podcasts provides further information on how to calculate your gender pay gap.
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