D&I | New data highlights shocking workplace inequality

New data highlights shocking workplace inequality

On 6 April 2017, regulations requiring businesses over a certain size (250 employees) to publish data on their internal gender pay gap came into effect.

The first of these annual reports was published one year later in April of 2018. As a result, many businesses in the UK such as the BBC faced much criticism for their financial imbalances between male and female employees.

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