Usually, mandatory gender pay gap reporting applies to all public sector employers:
• With 250+ employees in England only
• For employees who ordinarily work in Great Britain and whose contract is governed by UK legislation
Reporting Requirements & Enforcement in Previous Years
The gender pay gap must be reported on the employer’s public website within 12 months of the 31 March, and annually
thereafter. The report must be retained for three years online, contain the mean, median and quartile pay gap, and the mean and median bonus gap. The Equality & Human Rights Commission has launched a draft policy setting out their planned approach to enforcing the gender pay gap regulations.