Pay parity | Should firms back ethnicity salary gap reports?

Should firms back ethnicity salary gap reports?

80% of managers have agreed that large organisations should be required to report their organisation's ethnicity pay gap, new research has found.

The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) published the findings ahead of a Parliamentary debate on whether legislation on ethnicity pay gap transparency should be introduced, similar to existing laws around gender pay gap reporting.

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