TUC slams “zero progress” on UK’s disability pay gap
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Josh Stephens, Reporter

New data from the Trades Union Congress reveals that disabled workers in Britain currently make 14.6% less than their non-disabled co-workers.

The TUC has been releasing data on Disability Pay Gap Day since 2017 when the pay gap was 15%. While today’s figures show an improvement on last year’s data, 2023’s numbers are still worse than the 2013/14 pay gap (13.2%), which is when the first comparable pay data was recorded.