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Is Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting Next?

Companies may be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gap under plans unveiled by the Prime Minister to help ethnic minority employees at work.

A consultation on mandatory pay reporting is among a number of measures announced by Theresa May.

The consultation will run until January 2019 to allow businesses to share views on what information should be published.

The move follows a Race Disparity Audit last year which revealed significant disparities in pay and promotion opportunities of different groups.

Despite the audit, the number of firms publishing data on ethnicity and pay “remains low”.

The Government has said that this move should hopefully allow for action to be taken, while at the same time avoiding undue burdens on businesses.

This decision comes after the gender pay gap figures which showed wide discrepancies in the workplace between men and women.

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Emma Roberts

Trainee Solicitor at Sce Solicitors Ltd
Emma is a trainee solicitor at SCE Solicitors. Emma commenced her training contract in September 2018 and is currently working in the employment law department assisting director Samira Cakali. Emma also assists in the running of the firm’s myHR service where she can support you in the day-to-day management of your staff.
Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts

Emma is a trainee solicitor at SCE Solicitors. Emma commenced her training contract in September 2018 and is currently working in the employment law department assisting director Samira Cakali. Emma also assists in the running of the firm’s myHR service where she can support you in the day-to-day management of your staff.

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