PwC UK publishes BAME pay gaps as part of action on inclusion and diversity

News Team, 28/01/2021

PwC UK has for the first time published its Black, Asian and Mixed Ethnic Background pay gaps in the third instalment of the firm’s FY20 Annual Review.

The disclosure, made in addition to the voluntary publication of the firm’s overall ethnicity pay gap for the past four years, is part of a firm-wide action plan designed to address diversity in the workplace.

PwC UK’s overall median ethnicity pay gap including partners has decreased from 6.3 percent in FY19 to 3.5 percent in FY20. The median firmwide gender pay gap decreased from 14.7 percent in FY19 to 11.6 percent in FY20.

Further data found that acros...

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