Today marks Equal Pay Day – the day when women stop earning relative to men – meaning that the topic of pay has been thrown into the spotlight.
In fact, with pay, at least temporarily, brought to the top of the business agenda, Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal, argues it is worth considering how the pandemic is impacting a variety of different (ethnic, gender) pay inequalities across the workforce.
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