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Category: BAME reporting

5 ways to measure how inclusive your reward strategy is

Equal Pay | Gender Pay | BAME reporting | Reward Strategy

The notion of inclusivity has never been more prevalent in the workforce. In our third year of gender pay reporting, with ethnicity reporting legislation on the horizon, and the need to show that, as an employer, you are inclusive and do not discriminate employees has never been more important. But how do we truly measure how inclusive our reward strategy is?

Posted by Mark Macoun on
10 September 2019

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BAME reporting: are you ready?

BAME reporting

The latest analysis on ethnicity pay gaps in Britain has been released by the ONS and shows significant gaps remain even when education and occupation are considered, particularly for those born outside the UK. With legislation surrounding Ethnicity Pay reporting, also known as BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) reporting on the horizon, Sarah Nash looks at what this could mean for businesses.

Posted by Sarah Nash on
16 July 2019

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Time to step up on Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting

HR Reward | Pay Transparency | Reward Consultancy | Pay Fairness | Measuring pay | Employee communications | Analytics | BAME reporting

Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting is coming down the tracks, and promises to be a lot more complex than Gender Pay. Asha Charles has some top tips on how HR professionals can get ready to report.

Posted by Asha Charles on
23 April 2019

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Behind the Headlines: Getting Ahead of the Curve

HR Reward | Pay Transparency | Reward Consultancy | Pay Fairness | Equal Pay | Gender Pay | Gender Pay Gap | Good data | Analytics | Business Ethics | HR Ethics | Talent | BAME reporting | Pay Progression

Without understanding exactly how and why a pay gap exists, it’s impossible to take practical steps to close it. In light of PricewaterhouseCoopers' recently published ethnic minority pay gap figures, Innecto's Sarah Lardner assesses the importance of considering changes to your practices now, to avoid exposing a significant pay gap in a few years’ time.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
19 September 2017

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