GELDARDS GUIDE - MANDATORY GENDER PAY GAP REPORTING PUBLIC SECTOR

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In the UK, average pay for men is greater than average pay for women. This is known as the Gender Pay Gap.

The new regulations requiring big employers to publish data on their gender pay gaps came into effect on 6th April 2017.

The requirements for the public sector largely mirror those for the private sector but the public-sector requirements have been introduced as part of the existing public-sector equality duty, rather than as a stand-alone requirement, and the annual “snapshot” date on which the pay information is collected is 31st March for public sector employers, as compared to 5th April for private and voluntary sector employers. 

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