Now that the 5th April 2018 deadline has passed, and more than 10,000 firms have published their gender pay gap reports, the BBC is reporting that the figures show that at the mid-point (median) the pay gap between men and women was 9.7%.
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The ONS have recently announced that the gender pay gap for full-time employees of all ages in 2016 was 9.4%. Although a vast improvement on 1997 figures, has the picture really changed for women in the workforce? And is your business ready for the new regulations?
2015 marks the 20th anniversary of Beamans. A lot has changed in that time, so we asked Michael Bourke – one of the original founding members – for his thoughts on the last 20 years in consulting.
The Government is committed to ending what it sees as an anomaly whereby public sector workers can earn an annual increment of anything between 1% and 4% depending on the pay scale. But for many public sector workers in the public sector, particularly for those in the civil service arena, the annual increment is not a ‘gimme’…