As the deadline for private sector businesses with 250 or more employees to report on their gender pay gap is fast approaching, here is a quick recap on what is required.
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Named and shamed: how to ensure your business is not exposed for failing to pay national minimum wage
The latest list of employers failing to pay the national minimum wage has been released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, with 179 employers listed. How can your business ensure it meets its obligations and avoid being one of those who are named and shamed?
What do you have to do to meet the 4 April deadline for employers to publish their gender pay audit data?
For the 12th time the Government has announced the names of employers who have failed to pay their workers the national minimum wage, with high street names on the 233-strong list. How can your business ensure it meets its obligations to pay at least the national minimum wage and avoid being one of those who are named and shamed?
Yesterday saw the BBC publish the salaries of its highest paid stars for the first time. Immediate debate focused on the imbalance in the pay between the Corporation's highest paid male and female stars. We look at why this is important for employers going forward.