UK targets ethnicity pay gaps with reporting guidance

Some have suggested that the government could expand the gender pay gap reporting platform to include ethnicity data (Photo: fauxels/Pexels)

Government guidelines provide employers with a standardised voluntary framework to collect ethnicity data, in a bid to address disparities in pay between ethnic groups. Though the UK government does not intend to make ethnicity pay gap reporting compulsory, this week it released official guidance to encourage employers to do so ...

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