Being BAME often means being over qualified and under paid – here’s how pay reporting could help


As companies with more than 250 employees submit their gender pay figures to the government for the second year in a row, it’s become an increasingly accepted way to combat the gender pay gap.

  • Tolu Olarewaju
  • The Conversation

Similar plans are being considered for ethnicity pay.

This is because the UK government’s Race Disparity Audit has showed widely varying outcomes in areas including education, employment, health and criminal justice between Britain’s white and ethnic minority populations.

Mandatory pay reporting could help highlight the ethnicity pay gap in much the…

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