The gender pay gap legislation introduced in April 2017 requires that UK employers with 250 employees or more publish data about their gender pay gap using six different measures.
To meet the legal requirements of gender pay gap reporting both organisations will publish their data as separate entities.
The figures must be calculated using a specific reference date – this is called the ‘snapshot date’. The snapshot date each year is:
- 31 March for public sector organisations (NHS Trust)
- 5 April for businesses/private organisations (QE Facilities Limited)
Organisations must publish within a year of the snapshot date.
Additionally, corporate groups can voluntarily report combined figures for the entire group.
This report provides the group position in relation to gender pay gap reporting as at the ‘snapshot date’ of 31 March 2017.