Arrive at 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start.
The new Gender Pay Gap (GPG) draft Regulations are out but are organisations ready for the brave new world of GPG Reporting? Those organisations that are caught have a compulsory obligation to report – opting out is not an option. As we approach the first “snap shot” date of 5 April 2017, join Helen Goss, Partner at Boyes Turner LLP to hear more about the new obligations; for example:
· What are the 6 calculations organisations will report on?
· How is “pay” defined?
· Who will be potentially caught by the new obligations?
· When do GPG Reports have to be published and how?
· What are the consequences of non-compliance?
Helen will also discuss what steps organisations should be taking NOW to prepare for their new obligations, including what HR should be doing to engage Directors in the GPG reporting process.
This talk is a must for all HR and reward professionals including HR leaders.
Please note: This event is part of the CIPD Thames Reward Special Interest Group for HR and Reward professionals to share knowledge, issues and experiences on reward.
Helen Goss, Partner
Boyes Turner LLP
Helen is a partner in the Boyes Turner’s employment group and advises companies and executives on all employment and HR related issues in a commercial, creative and pragmatic way.
She has been ranked as "an expert" and "leader in her field" for the last 20 years in Chambers and The Legal 500.
She is also a fully qualified and accredited mediator and coach.
Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.
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