PwC post own pay gap failings to encourage 'true workplace diversity'

PwC post own pay gap failings to encourage 'true workplace diversity'

Professional services giant PwC has decided to publish that it pays its Black, Asian and minority-ethnic (BAME) UK staff almost 13% less than other employees in the country – The Independent reports.

However, the company says they are coming clean in an effort to “shine the spotlight on ethnicity in the workplace and encourage organisations to take action”.

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