Gender Pay Gap Reporting
It is a legal requirement from the year 2017 onwards for all relevant employers in UK to publish their
gender pay report. Failure to do so is considered unlawful and such employers are deemed noncompliant.
Detailed specification can be found in the following links. The definition for the key terms listed below are an extract from this site.
- Private Sector - http://m.acas.org.uk/media/pdf/m/4/Managing_gender_pay_reporting_04_12_17.pdf
- Public Sector - http://www.acas.org.uk/media/pdf/l/c/Gender_Pay_Reporting_PUBLIC1.pdf
Relevant Employers are those with a head count of at least 250 as of April 5th 2017. All relevant employers should perform the following calculations.
• Mean Gender Pay Gap
• Median Gender Pay Gap
• Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap
• Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap
• Proportion of Males and Females receiving a bonus payment
• Proportion of Males and Females in each quartile.
They also need to provide a written statement confirming that the calculations are accurate. This must be signed by an appropriate senior person, such as a director or Chief Executive.
This information must be published annually on both the employer’s Web site and on a designated government Web site.
Please find the Gender Pay Gap Reporting User Guide for Payroll Great Britain attached to this KBA for further details and configuration is SAP.
- Human Capital Management (HCM)
- SAP ERP Core Component
- SAP ERP
- SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP
- SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA
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