Businesses wary of indirect discrimination claims should consider their appetite for voluntary pay transparency reporting and review their remuneration policies as new research shows a widening of the disability pay gap in the UK.
A new analysis from the Trades Union Congress (TUC) found that the average pay gap for disabled workers has risen from 16.5% to 17.2% in the last year. The gap currently stands at £2.05 an hour or £3,731 per year for someone working a 35-hour week.
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