Below, Lesley Kaye of LJK Resources explains some recent changes in UK employment law from 6 April 2017:

This is not intended as a comprehensive update, but as a prompt for further action, where appropriate.

Gender Pay Reporting
Private and voluntary sector firms with 250 or more employees are required to capture their data on gender pay at 5th April, while public sector organisations must use 31st March as their capture date. Employers then have 12 months to publish the information on the difference between mean and median hourly pay of full-time male and female staff. They will also have to report the difference between median bonus pay for male and female employees and the proportion of male and female bonuses given.

All of the following changes are effective from 6th April 2017…

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