Revealing UK ethnic pay gap will be ‘a real catalyst for change’ Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May attends a round table meeting with business leaders, whose companies are inaugural signatories of the Race at Work Charter (Pic by: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls)
by LAUREN CODLING DISCLOSING ethnic pay gaps in businesses will be a “real catalyst for change”, an Asian peer who led a review into workplace equality last year has said. Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE made the comments on Tuesday (16) as it was revealed that employers could be forced to publish their race pay gap under plans set out by prime minister Theresa May last Thursday (11). May launched the consultation on ethnicity pay reporting with the aim of inviting thousands of businesses to disclose wage differences between BAME employees and their white counterparts. The announcement was made a year…
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