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The Essential Guide to Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Half-day course  |  3 CPD hours

£ 269 +VAT per person

£269 +VAT
per person

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The Essential Guide to Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Half-day course

Course prices:

Classroom: £269 +VAT per person

Course overview

The introduction of mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting in the UK in 2017 was one of the biggest changes faced by employers in recent years. If your organisation has more than 250 people (workers and employees combined), then your HR and payroll teams must comply with the new regulations and publish your Gender Pay Gap Report by 4th April each year (31st March for the public sector). Before you publish the report each year, it is crucial that you understand the background to the statistics and have an effective plan in place to communicate any remedial action.

This course is a detailed guide to the Gender Pay Gap Reporting regulations. It will give you a comprehensive understanding and strategic view of the many complex tasks you need to complete in order to comply with the rules and avoid financial and reputational damage. Many of these tasks will need manual intervention as there is probably little functionality in your payroll or HR systems to assist you.

What will you learn?

  • What is the background to GPGR?
  • What are the main causes of differences in pay?
  • To whom do the regulations apply?
  • How is ‘pay’ defined by the regulations?
  • What do the regulations say about bonuses?
  • Are benefits-in-kind covered?
  • When must you start collecting data?
  • How must the data be collected?
  • What is the correct way to calculate the pay gap?
  • Is the cause of the pay gap important?
  • Can a pay gap be justified?
  • What other data must be collected for reporting?
  • How must the information be reported?
  • What are the key dates for gathering data and publishing your reports?
  • How must the information be published?
  • What should be included in an Gender Pay Action Plan?
  • What did we learn from the first year of publication?
  • What enforcement of Gender Pay Reporting is underway?

Who should attend?

HR and payroll professionals and advisors; Company Secretaries; Finance Directors; Managing Directors, CEOs and all people who deal with staff remuneration and benefits.

It will help anyone who has a responsibility for payroll, HR, financial control or remuneration to understand what they should be doing, now and in the future.

Extra benefits

  • An exclusive GPGR action plan to help you prepare
  • A course pack containing the information presented on the day
  • A certificate of attendance

Course presenters

  • Kate Upcraft

    Kate is a renowned conference speaker and writer on legislative issues, including tax and National Insurance, benefits and the whole range of employer compliance responsibilities. She undertakes consultancy work with employers, assisting them with topics such as payroll health checks, RTI and auto-enrolment, systems selection and departmental re-engineering.

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