Pay, Benefits and Bonus

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Gender Pay Reporting: the Final Regulations

At long last we have the final Gender Pay Reporting Regulations, due to be implemented by 6 th April 2017. The final Regulations are significantly different from the original draft proposals. Many organisations will have begun analysing their gender pay...

Ask Auntie: How should we exercise discretion in determining bonus awards?

Dear Auntie I sit on the Remuneration Committee of my company and we’re in the process of determining discretionary bonus awards for employees.  The language in the bonus scheme says that awards are discretionary and so I think the Committee has...

Mandatory Gender Pay Reporting, New Obligations and Issues for Partnerships

Overview of provisions   New obligations to report on gender pay gaps will apply to large employers through new Regulations to be implemented by the end of 2016. The reporting will apply be each legal entity with 250 or more employees. For professional...

Ask Auntie: Is it a reasonable adjustment to maintain pay rates indefinitely? Five Top Tips

Dear Auntie We are a small energy business and we have an engineer who injured his back so he can’t do his job properly anymore. We can’t offer him another engineering role as they all involve heavy lifting which he can’t do.  We...

Audrey Williams writes for PM daily on gender pay gap reporting rules

Audrey Williams writes for PM daily on gender pay gap reporting rules, and how they are being extended to the public sector. Please click here to read the article . ...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting and the Diversity Agenda Webinar - Wednesday 27 April 2016

Fox Williams partners  Audrey Williams  and Jane Mann , with Aon  colleagues Andrew  MacLeod  and Jackie Waller , provide an update on the Government’s  draft  regulations for mandatory gender pay gap reporting and...

Gender Pay Reporting, New Obligations and issues for Employers

Why, what, where, when? But the real question now is how? We now have the draft Regulations from Government detailing what employers will need to do in order to comply with new obligations to publish gender pay gaps in their organisations. On 12...

New remuneration rules - are you caught?

On 24 June 2015 the PRA and FCA issued the “Strengthening the Alignment of Risk and Reward: New Remuneration Rules”.  The new rules apply to Banks, Building Societies and all PRA-regulated investment firms i.e. the same businesses as...

New online reporting requirements for share plans

Companies operating employee share plans (whether tax-advantaged or not) and other equity incentive arrangements must take steps to comply with new HMRC online registration and annual reporting requirements by 6 July 2015. Action may be needed...

'Employee Shareholder' status: What does it offer?

Following its launch at the beginning of September, the controversial 'shares for rights' scheme has reportedly already been used to incentivise senior management in the private equity context on Equistone’s recent acquisition of Whitworths...
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