Gender Pay Gap Reporting online service
08 March 2017
From April 2017, Gender Pay Gap reporting regulations will require all employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing the pay gap between their male and female employees. These results must be published on the employer’s own website and the government site.
The Government Equalities Office (GEO) is keen to get feedback from those who will be reporting so that they can design the service to be as useful and as user friendly as possible.
The GEO is looking for HR and Payroll professionals who will help them to improve the government Gender Pay Gap Reporting online service, either by answering questions in an online survey and/or by attending workshops being held in London.
Ideally, they want to talk to staff directly involved with gathering their organisation’s data, making calculations, and publishing/reporting the final figures.
Please email any of the contacts below if you would be interested in participating in a workshop or a 1-2-1 session.
Alternatively, the online survey covers the very start of the gender pay gap reporting process and previews some of the GOV.UK guidance that will be available. It takes about twenty minutes to complete (and that’s mostly because of the length of the guidance).
Your input will help the GEO make the guidance and reporting service clearer and more helpful for all employers. Thank you in advance for your assistance.