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  • Newsletter
    The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 would introduce Ireland’s first gender pay reporting and disclosure requirements.
  • Newsletter
    Amendments to Québec’s Pay Equity Act require most employers to create a pay equity audit committee or consult with employees on the pay equity audit results.
  • Newsletter
    The May Insider reports on the IRS’s updates to the EPCRS self-correction program for certain document and operational failures, an annual analysis of the pension disclosures of 100 publicly traded U.S. sponsors of large pension plans, the DOL proposal to clarify the “regular rate” used to calculate overtime pay, and the July 31, 2019 due date of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute fee imposed under the Affordable Care Act.
  • Newsletter
    The new law aims to guarantee a uniform standard of health care services at an affordable cost but comes with a substantial price tag for employers and the state.
  • Newsletter
    This report provides an update on executive compensation trends for the approximately two-thirds of FTSE 100 companies that have published their annual report and accounts from September 2018 to May 2019.
  • Newsletter
    Employers should consider the impact on their current parental leave programs.
  • Newsletter
    This edition of Executive Pay Matters – UK reports three case studies of how organisations have taken their job levelling to the next level and you can improve your levelling structure.
  • Newsletter
    The April Insider reports on the IRS’s decision not to issue guidance prohibiting retiree lump sum windows, the Trump administration’s 2020 budget proposal, the House Ways and Means Committee approval of a broad retirement bill, the Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) challenge to cross-plan offsetting, a district court’s decision that the final regulations on association health plans are unlawful and the DOJ’s revised position on invalidating the Affordable Care Act.
  • Newsletter
    New legislation in Spain promotes workplace equality between men and women and will increase paternity leave to 16 weeks by 2021.
  • Newsletter
    In this edition of Executive Pay Matters – UK, we provide a short summary of who benefits from what, as disclosed by the FTSE 100 companies in 2018.
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