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What Progress Is Actually Being Made To Close The Gender Pay Gap?

Huffington Post
November 20, 2018
It’s been over a year since the BBC revealed that its male employees earned, on average, 9% more than their female colleagues, sparking a debate that continues to rage just as passionately…
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Ethnicity pay gap reporting may become compulsory

HR Magazine
November 6, 2018
UK companies may be forced to publish their ethnicity pay gaps under new government plans.
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What to do if you see someone being racially abused in public

October 24, 2018
As disheartening as it may be to acknowledge, incidents of racial discrimination are still prevalent in this day and age. One of the most widely discussed recent examples occurred last week, when…
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Who holds accountability for workplace discrimination?

Accountancy Age
October 23, 2018
Discrimination takes many forms and, though firms are focusing more on diversity, UK accountancy still has a long way to go before ethnic minorities are fairly represented. In the 1980s, the employment…
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Mind the race gap

City AM
October 12, 2018
There's a long history of BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) people being paid less than their white colleagues. Generally speaking, in every walk of life, in every craft and profession, minorities…
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