What your work gender pay report means for you: Employers will be forced to reveal figures from April



From April, all companies with 250 or more staff must publish a gender pay report revealing average pay information for men and women.
Earlier this month it emerged that of the more than 500 companies who have already filed their reports, fashion chain Phase Eight paid women a 64.8 per cent lower mean hourly rate than men, EasyJet 52 per cent less and the BBC 10.7 per cent lower.
But what should employees do about the information? 
This is Money asked Ben Power, senior partner of employment law specialist Springhouse Solicitors, for his recommendations.  
'Many employers may soon find... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Business, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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