UK Sets Possible Example for US to Follow in Addressing Gender Pay Gap


Effective April 5, 2017, the United Kingdom made reporting on the gender pay gap a requirement for organizations with 250 employees or more. The regulations mandate that organizations publish 12-month snapshots on their websites displaying where they stand in providing pay to men and women. The organizations also are required to upload this information to…

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Uber UK Case Highlights Possible Issues for U.S. Employers


Uber’s longstanding conflicts surrounding driver classification have not only affected the workforce in the United States, but also in the United Kingdom .. It’s become an example of how far-reaching employee classifications can stretch throughout the gig economy. A UK case involving Uber may shed light on what could soon become the norm in the…

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