As the law currently stands, no gender pay gap reporting obligations exist for Irish employers. However, the principle of equal pay for equal work has been enshrined in law for a long time. Despite these longstanding legal prohibitions on discrimination in relation to pay, evidence suggests that significant differences remain in the rates of pay of men and women doing the same work. For this reason, the Cabinet has agreed the text of the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill, as part of a range of measures aimed at reducing the gender pay gap and promoting wage transparency. The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 would require the Minister, as soon as reasonably practicable after the commencement of the legislation, to make regulations requiring employers to publish information relating to the pay of their employees for the purpose of showing whether there are differences in such pay referable to gender and, if so, the size of such differences.
You have a good product selling in your store. You have been wondering for a while now if there is an opportunity to sell online, but Covid-19 events have pushed this question into the spotlight. If you are looking to setup an ecommerce store here are 9 critical steps you need to follow.
STEP 1 – Select and Implement the Most Appropriate Platform
There are really two general options to get up and running quickly
WHETHER TO RAISE CAPITAL, OR TO LIQUIDATE OR TO GO INTO EXAMINERSHIP
Many businesses are today looking into the future not knowing what decision they should make. Here we will address a number of questions that arise and the pitfalls therein. In this issue, we will explore liquidation. The next issue will explore raising capital and examinership. Liquidation is often seen as the final step in a business but this is not necessarily the case.