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A New Survey is Launched To Explore Black Women’s Experience of Pay Disparity

2021 continues to be the year of change for the #EthnicityPayGap Campaign. The founder of the #EthinicityPayGap campaign, Dianne Greyson, has developed an online questionnaire that aims to explore the extent and impact of pay inequality on black women living in the UK. The survey, which went live on the 1st of June 2021 and …

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The Equality Act 2010 is 10 years old and the Equal Pay Act 1970 is 50 years old. Is it a cause for celebration?

The Equality Act 2010 is an Act of legislation that has combined 116 separate pieces of legislation into one single Act. The Act provides a legal framework to protect the rights of individuals and advance equality of opportunity for all. (Equality and Human Rights Commission). The Equality Act 2010 brings together the following Acts; Equal Pay Act 1970 Sex …

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Cost of living crisis is hitting ethnic minority professionals harder than their white colleagues

Ethnic Minority Professionals Hit Harder – Cost of Living Crisis Natalie Morris; Wednesday 1st June Metro Newspaper The cost of living crisis is hitting everybody hard right now. But, unsurprisingly, it is the most marginalised people in society who are being left to suffer some of the worst consequences. New research from networking group People Like Us and Censuswide …

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Employers back requirement for large firms to disclose ethnicity pay gaps

By Leila NathooBBC political correspondentPublished19 December 2020Share Three quarters of employers want large firms to be forced to release data on the pay gap between staff of different ethnicities, a leaked report shows. The findings, seen by the BBC, came from a consultation exercise on ethnicity pay gap reporting launched by Theresa May in October …

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So the ethnicity pay gap is over? If only things were that simple

Halima Begum. Guardian October 2020 Grave disparities remain, with minority workers still far more likely to be unemployed or in low-paid, precarious work A Deliveroo rider cycling through central London. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty ImagesThu 15 Oct 2020 16.19 BST The publication of figures from the Office for National Statistics this week could have been seen as …

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