Ethnicity pay gap reporting

Mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting in the UK was a key recommendation in The McGregor-Smith Review into Race in the Workplace in 2017. In October 2018 the government launched a consultation to look at how such race pay gap reporting might work in practice. The measure hopes to build on the gender pay gap reporting requirements for larger UK employers with the intention of reducing wage inequality for black and minority ethnic (BME) workers.

Employers urged to report race pay gap data

28 Feb 2017

Businesses with more than 50 employees should publish a breakdown of their workforce by race and pay band, an independent...

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Inquiry launched into corporate governance, executive pay and boardroom diversity

16 Sep 2016

The Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS) Committee has launched an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, directors’ duties...

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Top 10 private- and public-sector employers for gender and ethnicity

7 Nov 2012

In the wake of data published today about the gender pay gap, a survey has been published by Opportunity Now and...

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