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In this session James and Rachael looked at some very recent developments in the case law around sham job applicants and what action you need to take now in relation to modern slavery statements. Looking forward, they explained your obligations so far as gender pay gap reporting is concerned.
Register to join our employment law seminar this month for an overview of what we consider to be the most significant cases decided in 2016, what they teach us about managing your workforce, and what is coming up in 2017.
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Purdah is a term which refers to the pre-election period when specific restrictions apply principally around the activity of those working in central and local government.
The hot topic is the ‘Gender Pay Gap Reporting’ duty and if you haven’t started gathering your data, you need to get your skates on!
The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017 ('the Regulations') come into force on 31 March 2017. The Regulations require all public authorities included under the legislation with more than 250 relevant employees to publish their gender pay gap.
To support its apprenticeship drive (and consistent with its 2015 general election manifesto which contained a commitment to support three million new apprenticeships), the Government has set ambitious apprenticeship targets for public sector bodies.
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