- Briefing July/August 2018: In-house special
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- ‘Companies must address gender pay inequalities’ – how can tech help?
It was one of the most talked about HR topics of last year, and only a matter of days into 2018, the gender pay gap shows no signs of disappearing...
- Flexible working should be a day-one right say MPs
All roles should be advertised as flexible unless there is a strong and continuing business reason otherwise, a committee of MPs has concluded in a report on the gender pay gap.
- Employment law changes in 2016: eight things employers should know
In 2016, employers will begin to feel the impact of the employment law reforms made by the first Conservative Government in nearly 20 years, with some controversial decisions affecting a number of HR areas.
The introduction of the...
- Female managers over 40 paid 35% less than male peers, finds survey
Less than four weeks after ONS data revealed the gender pay gap stood at 9.4%, research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) shows the gap widens as women rise up through the ranks.
The research found that for women over the age...
- Gender pay gap reports extended to include bonuses and public sector
David Cameron and women and equalities minister Nicky Morgan have announced new measures to eradicate inequality in the workplace and remove barriers to women’s success.
Following the Prime Minister’s pledge in July to ...
- Employers missing female potential as women ‘underused’
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More men must work part-time to end ‘Paula Principle’, says academic.
Many women are working below their true level of competence with damaging consequences for UK...