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Webinar Replay -Reward Services – The Impact of Pay Transparency Regulation

The session provides an overview of the regulations, their expected impact on employers and the UK, together with insights on how other organisations are already preparing

New pay transparency regulations will soon be coming into effect across the EU and they are going to have a seismic impact on all employers across the region

The webinar is led by Reward Advisory Business Leader and Partner, Stuart Hyland. An expert in Reward Services, who has extensive experience working with high profile global brands. Stuart will also include some practical and pragmatic suggestions on next steps for those who have yet to start getting ready.


Webinar replay

The webinar covers:

The issues facing businesses in the Reward Services space

The EU Pay Transparency Directive and the global landscape for pay transparency

New requirements for all employers with people in the EU

The impact of the regulations in the EU and beyond

How are employers preparing and what can you do to ensure that you are ready

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Download our guide to the New EU Pay Transparency Directive

The incoming EU Pay Transparency Directive is the latest pay transparency regulation to come into effect and follows the trend adopted by a number of US states, Australia and an increasing number of countries in Asia.

The EU regulations are much more comprehensive than anything that has gone before and their impact is expected to be felt well beyond the EU into closely related employment markets, especially the UK.

The regulations represent a significant shift in employment practices that will impact every employer with people in the EU.

Download our guide to the New EU Pay Transparency Directive.

EU Pay Transparency Directive

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While we have taken every care to ensure that the information in this webinar is correct on the date held it has been prepared for general information purposes only and is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely.