The deadlines for reporting on equal pay are 30 March 2018
for public sector organisations and 04 April 2018 for businesses and
The Equality and Human Rights Commission will commence enforcement
action on 09 April 2018 giving a further 28 days to comply. One recent estimates
suggested 33% of FTSE 100 companies had still to report and another that for
all eligible employers the figure was closer to 12%
Given the large number of organisations who have still to report and the
time available to gather the information and report penalties are likely to be
It is also probable that many of those organisations who have ignored equal
pay reporting will also have paid too little attention to The GDPR and will be
at risk of fines for non compliance in that area too
"46% of all UK businesses identified at least one cyber security breach or attack in the last
12 months. "
"Overall, businesses that hold electronic personal data on customers are more likely than average to have
had breaches (51% versus 46%). Nonetheless, breaches are still prevalent among organisations whose
senior managers consider cyber security a low priority (35%), and in firms where online services are not at
all seen as core to the business (41%)."
"Among the 46 per cent of businesses that
detected breaches in the last 12 months, the survey finds that the average business face…
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In their drive to eradicate modern slavery from their supply chains many businesses are now asking expecting all their suppliers to comply with the legislation and provide evidence of compliance and staff training.
Concrew Training offer a range of training and and around Modern Slavery
Our base course brings managers up to speed on the latest legislation and good practice and also provides time for delegates to consider how best to evidence their organisations compliance.
Appreciating that many businesses will need to cascade this training to staff and suppliers we also offer a condensed half day version for direct delivery to staff and a variation of the one day course that assists managers and trainers in developing developing their own half day training session for subsequent delivery to staff and suppliers.