Ethnicity pay reporting: a guide for UK employers | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

"The moral case for pay fairness across all ethnic groups is self-evident. Yet, we still await the consultation response to the 2018 UK Government consultation on mandatory ethnicity pay reporting. And, while the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests led many organisations to publicly condemn racism and discrimination, few have taken steps to voluntarily disclose their ethnicity pay gap, which can play a key role in assessing if and where inequalities exist in their workforce."


In the absence of legislation, the CIPD and the Plymouth Charter believes that employers should aim to voluntarily compile ethnicity pay reports as part of their organisation’s approach to improve inclusion and tackle inequality in the workplace.


Find out more on guidance provided by CIPD to take advantage of these opportunities and improve inclusion in your organisation through voluntary ethnicity pay reporting.