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Equality Bill vote called on mandatory equal pay audits from 2010

The House of Commons is likely to vote today on whether mandatory equal pay audits should be imposed on firms immediately - not from 2013, as Labour had proposed - as the Equality Bill enters report stage at parliament today.

Liberal Democrat equality spokeswoman Lynne Featherstone told Personnel Today she will be calling for the house to vote on whether equal pay audits should become compulsory as soon as the Bill comes into force, expected to be by autumn 2010.

Currently, the Bill lists measures to enforce gender pay gap reporting for firms with more than 250 staff from 2013, if insufficient progress on reporting has been made voluntarily.

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December 4, 2009

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