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The government has now published its final version of the draft regulations on gender pay gap reporting – The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, and no further amendments to these draft regulations are anticipated before they come into force.
The gender pay gap reporting requirements only apply to employers in Great Britain, i.e. excluding Northern Ireland, with 250 or more individuals working under a contract of employment, a contract of apprenticeship or a contract to personally do work, and who were ordinarily working in Great Britain on the ‘snapshot’ reporting date of 5 April 2017.
These are referred to as ‘relevant employers’. Relevant employers must produce the ‘snapshot’ data in a gender pay gap report by 4 April 2018 and include the report on their website and on a government-nominated website.
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