Ethnicity pay gap reporting still fraught with complications as calls for new law grow
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Shani Alexander
Shani Alexander, Senior Reporter

As pressure mounts on the UK government to introduce mandatory pay gap reporting, employers have been warned that the process could be fraught with complications.

An analysis of Office of National Statistics (ONS) data by the UK Labour Party found that Black African women earn 26% less than men. Bangladeshi and Pakistani women are paid 28% and 31% less, respectively. And Black Caribbean women earn 18% less on average.