Non-compliance investigations in gender pay reporting started

The first investigations into non-compliance with the Gender Pay Gap reporting obligations could start as early as June this year, according to correspondence published by the Treasury Select Committee.

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has the power to take enforcement action against any employer who does not comply with the Regulations and will publish details of all employers that reach the investigation stage.

Since 4 April, all charities and private companies with 250 or more employees have been required to publish their gender pay gap calculations. For public sector bodies, the deadline was 30 March.

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