Gender Pay Reporting

5 April 2017
12:30 - 16:00
Jurys Inn, Exeter


New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


Suitable For

- HR, personnel and payroll - directors, managers and business partners

- Directors and CEO’s

- Finance directors and managers

- Training and Organisational Development specialists,

- TU reps.


- What is Gender Pay reporting legislation – a timeline

- Who will it apply to?

- Gender Pay reporting requirements: The draft regulations

- Where to get started – 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

Did you know?

Workplace training available: If you have a larger group of staff to train Acas can also tailor training for delivery in your workplace. To find out more contact our Customer Services Team on 0300 123 1150 or click here and complete our online customer contact form.

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