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Whether you’re an employer or employee, if you’re looking for expert employment solicitors and barristers who can provide creative, bold, no-nonsense, fixed-fee solutions to the employment law and people management worries keeping you awake at night… look no further. You’ve found the best here.
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- Manufacturing and Engineering5th May 2016Keeping your organisation running is your number one goal. But achieving this in a sea of human resources challenges can be a struggle. It’s easy to get bogged down in issues relating to shifts, allowances, union recognition, trade disputes, attendance and discipline. We understand. That’s why we’re here to take the load off you. That means providing you with experts in employment law, HR and Learning & Development who understand how a factory shop floor works, what a production site needs to focus on and who provide commercially-focused advice as standard. Senior-level professionals that have learnt their trade from the ground up. Advisers who provide the kind of practical, common-sense support for you that, put simply, gets things done. Experts in dealing with trade unions. Delivering what manufacturing clients want and need At Menzies Law, it’s our continual focus on delivering what our many manufacturing clients want and need, in formats, timescales and pricing structures relevant to them. Because of this, we are the best at what we do in the South West and Wales. We understand that you’re looking for a senior-level professional team to work alongside you. We won’t pass you over to a faceless helpline operative or a junior lawyer out of their depth because you need an expert legal partner to help you juggle everything that lands on your desk. You need people who have a refreshingly practical, friendly approach to delivering common-sense advice. Experts who you feel confident working with and also won’t cost the earth. Guidance from those with long experience of how to handle trade unions. 3 good reasons why we’re the best… 1. We’ve sat on your side of the table We really understand the manufacturing & engineering sector. We’ve been working with major employers in the sector for decades, and half of our advisors previously worked as senior employment/HR advisers at the Engineering Employers’ Federation. We see things from your point of view and we understand how Production works. In addition to all of this, we are very experienced in dealing with trade unions. 2. We tell it straight Our advice is ‘straight up’, frank and matter-of-fact. We know you need a fast solution and that means presenting you with the options, each of them risk-assessed and ranked in terms of which will work best and why. And we will never, ever sit on the fence: we will always suggest what we think you should do and why. Our clients regularly tell us that our advice is simply in a different league to their previous experiences of legal advisers, for precisely these reasons. 3. We know you have to be cost conscious That’s why we are too, on your behalf. You want transparent, certain pricing that fits your budget and can be easily mapped to the things we deliver. You don’t want a series of ever-increasing legal bills you weren’t expecting. It is because of this that we rarely use hourly rates – preferring our fixed annual retainer package or project fees. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry to start the conversation....
- Education5th May 2016With every funding cut and policy change, your life tends to get harder. And that’s before we factor in sick leave rates, performance levels and trade union relationships. There’s no denying it – being an HR professional in the education sector can be tough. We understand. That’s why we’re here to make sure you’re not doing it alone. Working with educational institutions – especially Further Education colleges and Sixth Form Colleges – is one of the things we’re best at. Providing you with technically superb, bold, creative and forthright employment law, people management and Learning & Development solutions – full of insight into what the education sector needs and where it’s going. At Menzies Law we think you should be able to take our technical expertise as a given. What really sets us apart is our commitment to putting long-term client relationships at the heart of everything we do, and our ability to deliver advice and support from an education sector point of view. We understand that you’re looking for a senior-level professional team to help you juggle everything that lands on your desk. People who have a refreshingly practical, friendly approach to delivering common-sense advice that’s appropriate for your college or school. Experts who you feel confident working with, who understand the constraints and pressures on you, and who won’t cost the earth. You will regularly find us speaking at AoC national conferences and regional HR events, and we look forward to seeing you there. 5 good reasons why we’re the best choice… 1. Specialist education sector advisers Every advisor, here at Menzies Law, is a specialist in colleges and schools – particularly the FE sector, where we support a significant number of colleges in the South of England. You won’t get palmed off with juniors, trainees, unqualified advisors or anyone who doesn’t know the education sector and is trying to hand you an off-the-shelf solution that doesn’t take into account your needs and your organisation’s culture. Most of us are, or have been, college and school governors, providing us with an insider’s understanding of how you work. There is simply no substitute for this level of expert, sector-relevant knowledge, developed over many years. 2. We provide the opposite of a helpline You’ll work with real people and get to know them well. When you need to make redundancies, battle with the union rep, bring in unpopular new terms & conditions or deal with the threat of a strike, you want to work with someone who knows you and your school, college or university really well. You want experience, a strategic approach and effective tactics. We provide a high level, collaborative partnership, bursting with sector insight and many years of practice… Something that’s not remotely like a helpline. 3. We know you have to be cost conscious That’s why we are too, on your behalf. You want clear, certain pricing that can be easily mapped to the value we deliver. That’s why we rarely use hourly rates – preferring fixed annual or project fees. Our core service is our fixed-fee annual retainer scheme. Although we do lots of one-off projects, we love working day-in-day-out, as an extension of your HR team. You get the best advice and support at the most competitive prices. You know how much you’re going to be charged and we even provide a money-back guarantee for new clients. (Now that’s something you definitely won’t find with any other law firm.) 4. Being human is important to us We are unashamedly honest and approachable but we’re also no-nonsense and down-to-earth. We work hard to help you manage and avoid risk – and that means refusing to sit on the fence when it comes to giving you the best advice. But that doesn’t mean we don’t care about the people at your college or school. We’ve worked in the education sector long enough to know that recruiting, managing and retaining the best people is what makes you a success – and we want to help you do that. 5. We look at the whole issue, not just part of it We’re not traditional tunnel-vision employment lawyers. We work in a ‘blended’, multi-disciplinary team for a ‘joined up’ approach to solving your HR challenges, offering complete solutions. Across our team we’re driven by what you need us to do, not by what employment lawyers traditionally do. That means we don’t just give the employment law advice that’s required – where useful, we also bring in learning & development, investigations, trade unions, pensions, data protection, pay & reward and any other people management advice and services you may need. With us the whole problem gets solved, not just part of it. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry to start the conversation. Menzies Law provided the AoC South West HR colleges’ network with an insightful overview of the gender pay and equal pay agendas. We left the session knowing clearly what we had to do and more importantly, where we could go for more information. Huge thanks to Menzies Law. Sheena Murphy-Collett, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, Petroc...
- News and Updates5th May 2016Updating and upskilling you and your team is what we’re all about. Just as you’d expect from a specialist team, you can rely on us to keep you informed of all important and useful news in employment law, equalities and other relevant HR developments. We provide a well-established and widely read news service, packed full of useful news and opinion. And we offer a high-quality annual programme of seminars to look at issues in real depth. News Service Taking a practical and ‘plain English’ slant, and pitched particularly at HR professionals, we provide you with an up-to-date round-up of employment law news and updates, including new legislation, proposed law reforms and recent case law which we believe you will find relevant. Our Newsletters are published monthly and our Newsflashes come out at least weekly, carrying the very latest news. And if you are in either the Manufacturing/Engineering sector or the Education sector, you can select our special newsletter for your particular sector. Unlike many of the larger law firms, none of our news is sourced from a syndicate or written by PR agents. All our news and other content is written entirely by our own team and we pour our little hearts into making it all relevant, interesting and full of practical application for our busy HR readership. By subscribing to our News Service you will also receive our regular Blogs, full of relevant commentary, opinion and interesting ‘takes’ on recent developments. We aim to inform, stimulate and sometimes just make you smile. Sign up for our free blogs and news service News about us! Noteworthy news about our own firm and what we’ve been up to, including mentions in the media, can be found on our News about Menzies Law page. Open Courses & Events We run a range of Learning and Development events (usually 5-6 per year) which are open to both our clients and non-client organisations and individuals. For more information visit our Open Courses & Events page. ...
- Our People25th January 2016One of the biggest complaints we hear about our competitors is that clients get ‘fobbed off’ with unqualified helpline staff or lawyers too junior to add much value. Well you won’t find any of them here at Menzies Law. Every single one of our advisers in our award-winning team is a senior and highly qualified specialist in their field, with years of experience to draw on. Most of us have over 20 years’ experience each. Our specialists have appeared as legal experts on BBC News and in a number of newpapers, including The Telegraph, the Evening Standard, The Sun and the Bristol Post. We regularly speak at national and regional conferences and frequently write articles for leading HR and business publications, such as The HR Director and HR News. We understand in depth how organisations operate, how people tick and how to get you the best results. Whether you’re looking for employment law, people management or L&D support, you can trust us to deliver the best of everything. To find out more about our specialists, their experience and what makes them stand out, take a look at their profiles below. To get in touch with any of our specialists, use the contact details above. Alternatively you can get in touch with us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry. “A boutique firm that punches well above its weight” Managing Director, South West manufacturing company...
- Menzies Blog23rd May 2016Keep up with the latest employment law news on our blog. Our expert team write about a variety of topics relating to the world of HR, as well as people management, law and topical stories. We love to share our opinions (because we have a lot of opinions). Our team writes articles to inform, stimulate debate and sometimes just make you smile. Sign up for our blog and news service If you’re interested in having our latest blog posts delivered straight to your inbox, you can sign up for our news and blogs service emails here. You can stay up-to-date with Menzies Law and employment law news on social media. Click here for our Twitter and LinkedIn pages. ...
- Open courses & events6th June 2016No Events currently scheduled Annual programme of events We run a range of highly topical Learning and Development events throughout the year which both clients and non-client organisations and individuals are very welcome to attend. Our programme is designed around the following four strands, to ensure that whichever area you’re interested in, and no matter which level you’re working at, we have an offer for you. Due to the topical nature of our offer we aim to launch our events no more than 3-6 months in advance and so there may not be ‘live’ events open for all four strands at once. If you have a query about future events or would like to suggest a topic of interest then please contact us. All of our learning and development events are deliverable on an in-house basis. If you would like us to bring our training to you please see our In-Company page. If you would like to be added to our events mailing list, please sign up here. ...
- Law for Employees4th May 2016When things aren’t going to plan at work you can feel like you’re all alone. Making sure you get a fair deal can feel impossible. That’s where we come in – Bristol’s leading employment lawyers. Our specialist employment solicitors and barristers don’t only work for big organisations. We’re also there for executives and employees as well. There are two main things that sets us apart from ‘claimant’ firms who focus on advising employees. First of all, we actually spend the majority of our time advising large employers, so when we support executives and employees instead, you can be sure that we know every trick in the book and exactly what outcomes and risks your employer is thinking about. Secondly, despite all our work for employers, every client of ours gets the same high quality advice, attention to detail and one-to-one approach – and you will be no exception. We can help Whether you’re having a few problems at work and want some advice, feel that you’ve been treated unfairly, are facing changes to your working conditions or are facing the end of your employment – we’re right by your side. Our Bristol-based employment solicitors and barristers will bring to bear our extensive experience of employment tribunal claims, contract law, pay, share schemes, pensions and other relevant areas to ensure that you get the very best advice and the best deal possible. We will help you to understand the rights you have and the best courses of action for your individual circumstances. Best of all, we speak plain English – to everyone. That means a guaranteed friendly approach, with clearly explained legal options so that you can understand quickly and clearly what your best options are and how to go about achieving them. Our employment solicitors and barristers will fight hard for you. And we aren’t afraid to be frank with you about whether it’s worth fighting for. We’re not in the business of wasting your time or money, so we’ll tell it to you straight. At the end of the day we want you to feel we’ve given you the very best, personal service, grounded in honesty and expertise. Don’t just take our word for it When we at Menzies Law buy something important, we like to be choosy and we always find positive testimonials from other happy clients helpful when making our choice. If you do too, please take a look at these testimonials from recent executive and employee clients. How much do we cost? It’s important to talk about costs up front. It’s all explained here. Employment solicitors for Bristol, the South West, South Wales and beyond Our employment solicitors and barristers are based in Bristol. However we cover the whole of the UK in our work, particularly across the South West and South Wales. As well as Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester, many of our clients come from across these two regions and elsewhere in the UK. Wherever you are based in the UK, we can help. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry to start the conversation....
- Who we are25th January 2016We like to put things simply: Menzies Law is the best employment law and people management service in the South West and South Wales Dual-qualified as a barrister and solicitor, our founder Luke Menzies wanted to break the mould. He formed Menzies Law in 2009 to do something that was both refreshingly different and exceptional in the field of employment law and people management. And he’s continued to do that, along with his team of hand-picked, senior specialists, every day since then. From the outset we’ve been making lives easier for in-house HR professionals and senior executives on a daily basis. Why? Because our down-to-earth approach and our commitment to giving our clients exactly what they want sets us apart. It works brilliantly. We put our client relationships (as well as their needs) constantly at the centre of everything we do. This means we’re able to be flexible, transparent, innovative and friendly – as well as expert. Yes, we’ve genuinely built our entire approach to advising around what our clients tell us they want and how they want it delivered. That’s why you’ll only ever get ‘options based’ advice from us. We weigh up your legal, financial, reputational and other risks to identify the best ways forward in collaboration with you. You’ll never get any over-cautious or risk-averse advice from us. We’ll never sit on the fence. We’re always pragmatic, commercially focused and forthright in our advice and what we think you should do. And that’s why we’re an award-winning team that consistently receives praise from independent market research reviews. What’s the secret to our success? We love what we do. Due to our experience as real specialists across the employment law and people management disciplines, we’re able to deliver robust, sustainable solutions for the high-level, complex work that many others can’t. And because we each combine creative and bold advice with the highest level of expertise, delivered in a friendly, frank style, our clients really trust us. That means a lot. And finally, best of all we tell it the way it is and never sit on the fence. At Menzies Law, being the best isn’t always about doing something different… it’s about doing everything better than everyone else. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an online enquiry to start the conversation....
- Annual Retainer Service26th May 2016Almost all of our employer clients chose our annual retainer service – it’s that good There are plenty of employment law and HR annual retainer services out there. But ours stands out as one of the best, because of its senior-level expertise, flexibility and scope. There’s simply nothing out there to match it. We like to keep things simple. For a fixed annual fee you get almost unlimited advice and support, delivered by our senior industry experts. Whatever’s keeping you awake at night or away from your day-to-day business – send it our way. It’s an open-ended contract for an agreed annual fee. You pay us quarterly and you can cancel it with just three months’ notice, after the first 12 months are up. And finally, you only pay for what you want. We build you a bespoke package around your budget. Choice of modules Because our scheme is modular you can pick the services that matter most to you. These can include: Day-to-day employment law advice & support (our core service) Employment Tribunal claims Settlement agreements Updates and upskilling HR consultancy Pay & Reward consultancy – including Gender Pay Gap and Equal Pay audits Learning & Development Freedom of Information & Data Protection Our fixed-fee annual retainer scheme really delivers on its promises. You don’t get promised the earth but end up getting limited support, full of exclusions and exemptions. Our support is comprehensive. We won’t palm you off on junior, inexperienced or legally unqualified staff. All our advisers are senior lawyers with decades of experience as experts in their field. And you don’t have to worry that our advice is ‘watered-down’ or is risk-averse to avoid paying out under an insurance policy. There is no insurance company pulling our strings. You will always receive the very best, most appropriate advice for your situation and if you want to be bold and take a risk then we’re right there with you, all the way. Best of all, key areas like Employment Tribunal claims aren’t excluded if you don’t want them to be. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry to start the conversation....
- Gender Pay Gap4th May 2016We are the Gender Pay Gap and Equal Pay specialists In 2015 we decided to do something genuinely different. Something new to demonstrate how we truly are an innovative, specialist firm that adds value for our clients by working in multi-disciplinary teams. With the duty to report gender pay gaps (GPG) then on the horizon, we decided to create an authentically new combined legal/pay consultancy service – one that was designed perfectly to assist larger employers with their new GPG duties and the increased risk of equal pay claims. There was a clear gap in the market and a clear demand. Employers needed specialist pay consultancy, equal pay audits, job evaluation advice and equal pay legal advice, all at the same time and to address the same issues. But no one advisory organisation seemed to be offering the full service. The law firms offered the legal advice and the specialist pay consultancies offered the rest, but never the twain did meet. And that was how our market-leading Gender Pay Gap services were born. Teaming up our equal pay lawyers with a highly experienced pay & reward specialist, we created a range of fixed-price services for employers, providing both the pay & reward expertise and the legal expertise in one report and through one team. And so far as we know, we’re still the only people in the UK offering this joined-up approach. Our Pay & Reward team has gone from strength to strength. Having started out delivering only our GPG/Equal Pay services, our team has since gone on to develop a much wider range of pay & reward services, which you can read about here. Are you ready to report your Gender Pay Gap? If you have 250+ employees, you need to record your gender pay gap as at 5 April 2017 (30 March 2017 for public sector) and publish it within a year. Our Gender Pay Gap services give you all the data and guidance you’ll need. Our Gender Pay Gap services are delivered by our Pay & Reward team, comprising our equal pay legal experts and specialist pay & reward consultant Jane Baalam of Reward Risk Management Ltd. Jane – formerly Lead HR Consultant Pay & Reward at leading national accountancy firm Smith & Williamson LLP – has been conducting equal pay audits for over 20 years and is additionally an expert on pay structures, job evaluation schemes and many other aspects of pay and reward. Her experience and skills in equal pay audits and job evaluation, combined with our equal pay lawyers’ expertise in equal pay claims, make an unbeatable, market-leading team. Gender Pay Gap Audit & Advice service Our flagship Gender Pay Gap Audit & Advice service provides you with the professional analysis, support and advice to deal with the risks and impact of this change on your organisation. We crunch the numbers for all your workforce pay and benefits, to providing a detailed equal pay audit report. We also calculate your gender pay gap. Then our legal and pay experts put their heads together and highlight for you all the key areas of equal pay risk in your organisation. Finally, we suggest an action plan and set out a list of recommendations – all designed to both reduce your gender pay gap and reduce your equal pay risks. It’s a comprehensive legal and pay experts’ review of your entire approach to pay and reward from a gender point of view, set out in an impressive and lengthy report that gives you clear recommendations for what to do next. Gender Pay Gap Review If you only want a simpler, more streamlined version, don’t worry. Our fixed-price Gender Pay Gap Review service simply calculates your gender pay gap and gives you the data that you need to report. We help you with publication and the contents of your narrative, if you wish to include one in your published data. We will highlight to you any areas of risk that we spot. We can always work with you on your equal pay audit and legal risks another time, if you wish. Gender Pay Gap Sense-check And if you intend to calculate your own gender pay gap, we can still help. Our fixed-price Gender Pay Gap Sense-check service provides a quick but expert review of your GPG figures and your methodology. It also helps you set them out in the required format for publication. It gives you the confidence that you have done the right calculation, will be publishing the right data in the right way, and are fully compliant with the new law. For more information on all our Gender Pay Gap services, contact us now. Advice for employees This particular page covers our services for employers. If you are an employee looking for advice about your own pay, you’ve come to the right firm. See our pages for employee clients and just give us a call. So what’s this Gender Pay Gap all about? What’s it all about? Did you know…? How we can help Why choose us? Why act now? What do employers need to do? Where’s this all come from? What’s it all about? Employers with 250+ people are now required to publish their pay data with reference to gender – in other words, disclose their Gender Pay Gap (GPG). Pay equality and transparency is of course something to mostly be welcomed, but its introduction will bring with it a host of legal and financial headaches for employers. Our Gender Pay Gap Audit & Advice service provides you wish the professional analysis, support and advice to deal with the risks and impact of this change on your organisation. Did you know…? In the year to April 2016 the average GPG for all types of employee in the UK was 18.1%. This is better than it used to be, but it remains stubbornly present, decade on decade. For full-time employees in the UK the GPG is 9.4%. For part-time employees there is a ‘negative’ GPG: part-time women are paid 6% more than part-time men. The relative figures for the private and public sectors are 16.6% and 11.3%. The GPG has always been narrower in the public sector. The average gap between full-time annual salaries for men and women is currently £5,732. Ex-employees can make equal pay claims up to 6 years after they left you. In the USA the average GPG is 20%. The average GPG is 15.2% in France, 21.6% in Germany but only 7.3% in Italy. How we can help Our Gender Pay Gap Audit & Advice service can provide all the audit, data analysis and legal advice support that you will need for this process. Our equal pay legal experts will work seamlessly with our equal pay audit partners at Smith & Williamson to: crunch the numbers for all of your workforce pay and benefits provide a detailed equal pay report identify your GPG and highlight any areas of high risk advise you on the legal risks and how to minimize them support you in formulating an action plan for addressing the various risks We also offer a simplified Gender Pay Gap Review, in which we can establish, at a much more basic level, what your headline equal pay position might be. These services come with clear, transparent, fixed prices, depending on your number of employees. For more information, prices or any questions you may have, please get in touch. Why choose us? Unlike accountancy firms and HR consultancies, our report will be protected by legal privilege because we’re a law firm. This means you can’t be forced to disclose it during any legal claim. That could be a critical advantage. We believe our blended approach of a pay specialist and an equal pay legal experts working together to produce the Audit & Advice report is unique. It will provide you with the best possible quality of report, covering all the pay, HR and legal angles. Menzies Law is one of the UK’s leading specialist employment law firms – all of us are senior experts in our field. Jane Baalam of Reward Risk Management is a leading equal pay, pay structure and job evaluation specialist, with vast experience over all sectors and all types of employer. Our fixed prices are transparent and certain, taking account of your size. Why act now? An immediate pro-active approach is critical. You should immediately take steps to identify your GPG and the extent of your organisation’s vulnerability to equal pay claims, and take steps to tackle it. Once you have the data you then need to formulate plans, both immediate and longer-term, for ensuring that you phase out any GPG as quickly as you can. Your GPG data will be available to all your workforce and beyond, and could create the following significant risks for you: Disclosure of sensitive pay data Damage to your employee relations and trade union relations Impact on workforce morale, engagement and productivity Significant cost of equal pay claims from current and former employees going back over many years Reputational harm to your organisation through negative publicity Impact on employee attraction, engagement and retention Impact on your procurement bids, particularly public sector So do please get in touch with us now to discuss your organisation and how we can help assess your GPG risk and work with you to reduce it. What do employers need to do? Audit You should arrange for a professional equal pay audit of your workforce to be carried out. Elements to assess include basic pay, any variable like bonus or financial incentives, any enhancements such as shift pay, weekend pay or overtime, any allowances such as clothing, tools and travel time and any financial benefits such as PMI and insurance cover. Data analysis The results of the audit data need to be presented and studied carefully, by function, business unit and location. The unintentional inequity of some of some of your enhancements and fringe benefits, for example, might undermine the fact that your actual basic pay is itself fairly gender-neutral. Anything discretionary might be inequitable – you need to consider and test it. Historical changes can mean inequities become hidden in your policies. Legal You need to take advice on whether you have any legal defences to any GPG you may find, such as the ‘genuine material factor’ defence, which often works effectively. You may well need advice on whether different roles are ‘work of equal value’, which is where the majority of equal pay risk lies. High risk areas need particularly careful attention. You then need to prepare a legal strategy for dealing with any equal pay claims that are likely to arise, not only from current employees but from those who left you up to 6 years ago. Relationships and communication You need to prepare to answer difficult questions from your employees, customers, shareholders and other stakeholders. You may well need to rebuild trust with any staff who discover that they have been negatively affected by any GPG. You may need to review your employee engagement, morale and productivity levels. Financial You need to plan how you are going to fund any equal pay claim pay-outs – particularly the potentially large back-pay claims that can grow up over the years. Where’s this all come from? The legal requirement to ensure equal pay actually came into force in 1975 under the Equal Pay Act 1970, which was partly the result of an equal pay movement inspired by the 1968 Ford Dagenham sewing machinists’ strike. In the forty years since, the GPG has steadily reduced, but remains at a stubborn average of 19.1% in favour of men. Equal pay law covers not only pay differentials within the same job role, but can in many circumstances require that pay rates are standardised across different functions for ‘work of equal value’. This has led to massive group claims in the public sector, where traditionally ‘female’ roles – such as cleaning and caring jobs – attracted lower rates than ‘male’ work found to be of equal value, such as maintenance and refuse collection roles. As the public sector claims run their course, claimant law firms are increasingly turning their attention to the private sector, where statistics show the pay gaps now tends to be wider. In July 2015 the then Prime Minister, David Cameron, announced that, in order to force further change to remove the remaining GPG, mandatory pay data reporting would be required for larger employers. A voluntary GPG disclosure scheme, established in 2011, had been a failure. “You can’t have true opportunity without equality. There is no place for a pay gap in today’s society and we are delivering on our promises to address it.” David Cameron, July 2015 Since then, Theresa May’s government has continued in the same direction and shows every sign of increasing the amount of mandatory disclosure of pay information. Get in touch We’d love to talk to you, so please either call us on 0117 325 0526 or complete an Online Enquiry to start the conversation....
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