In October 2018, the CIPD signed the Race at Work Charter, which aims to tackle the barriers faced by people from ethnic minority backgrounds. The Charter is composed of five key principles to encourage action, and one of these is ethnicity pay reporting.
In response, the CIPD first published its ethnicity pay data in our 2018–19 annual report and has called on the UK Government to make this a mandatory requirement, similar to gender pay gap reporting requirements. To support this call, and lead by example, we’ve gone a step further this year in producing our own dedicated ethnicity pay report.
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