New requirements for gender pay reporting mean that organisations with over 250 employees will need to publish certain prescribed data on their gender pay gap in April 2018.
For the employers affected by the new regulations, the new requirements will mean greater transparency and scrutiny in an area traditionally shrouded in secrecy. This, in turn, increases the likelihood of internal grievances being raised and, potentially, legal action being brought against employers.
If you are a Senior HR or Talent professional and want to know more about how the new regulations may affect your organisation – and what you can do to mitigate the potential risks – please join us for our HR Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday 23rd May 2017.
The event – a briefing followed by a roundtable discussion – will be hosted by Bird & Bird’s International HR Services Group. It will cover:
8.30am – Registration, buffet breakfast
9.00am – Presentation followed by roundtable disussions
10:30am – Finish
If you would like to register, please email email@example.com
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