Measuring and reporting on disability and ethnicity pay gaps
- Document type
- Adams, Lorna; Ni Luanaigh, Aoife; Thomson, Dominic
- Equality & Human Rights Commission
- Date of publication
- 30 August 2018
- Research report 117
- People management: all aspects of managing people
- Business and management
- Material type
Employers with 250 or more employees must report on their gender pay gaps, but they do not have to report on their ethnicity and disability pay gaps.
This report considers the most effective and useful ways for employers to measure pay and progression for ethnic minorities and disabled people, and provides examples of what employers are already doing.
It also set out recommendations, on the subject.
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