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Governance in Brief — Government consults on gender pay gap disclosures

Published on: 24 Jul 2015

This publication from Deloitte discusses the Government Equalities Office consultation on gender pay gap disclosures.

The Government Equalities Office is asking for views on equal pay reporting regulations and ideas on wider actions that could be taken to reduce the gender pay gap in the UK.  The reporting regulations are not expected to be published until the first half of 2016 and at this stage there is little guidance as to what these may look like and/or when employers would be required to make their first disclosures.  The intention is that these disclosures would be required for all companies with more than 250 employees.

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