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Gender Pay ReportingBack

MILSLogo2The government has now published The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017, which extend the duty to publish annual gender pay gap reports to public sector employers with over 250 employees.

These broadly reflect the The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, which apply to (most) private sector employers with over 250 employees. These are the ones which will affect motor industry employers.

The main differences between the two sets of Regulations are:-

  • The public sector duty takes effect as part of the existing public-sector equality duty, rather than as a standalone requirement
  • The ‘snapshot’ date, on which certain pay information will focus, is 5 April for private sector employers but 31 March for public sector employers.

Following on from the article on the same topic in our recent Winter Newsletter, this news provides members with the most up-to-date position.

Andrew MacMillan

Solicitor

Motor Industry Legal Services

Motor Industry Legal Services (MILS Solicitors) provides fully comprehensive legal advice and representation to UK motor retailers for one annual fee. It is the only law firm in the UK which specialises in motor law and motor trade law. MILS currently advises over 1,000 individual businesses within the sector as well as the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) and its members.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 27/01/2017