Professional services firm PwC is one of the first organisations to reveal its own pay gap for BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) executives, at 12.8%.
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PwC UK, part of the world's largest professional services firm, has published figures for the first time on the pay gap for black, Asian and minority ethnic workers, revealing they are paid on average 12.8% less than other employees.
The findings also reveal a bonus gap of 35.4%. The firm said the numbers show that while BAME and non-BAME employees are paid equally, the differences appear at senior levels.
PwC's senior partner and chairman Kevin Ellis said that in publishing the figures the firm hoped to "shine a spotlight on ethnicity" in the workplace and replicate the benefits from publishing gender pay figures.
"We need to start
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