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Gender pay gap: what to do?

TUC produce guide for activists

 

Unite reps in the housing sector have been reviewing the pay gap in their organisations - the new employer reports can be found here

 

Unfortunately Unite reps have been reporting that, with honourable exceptions, management in the sector has become less willing to engage on equalities issues in recent years.  We hope that will change as the new figures are discussed.  We have previously reported on steps Unite reps are taking at Homes England and the Regulator of Social Housing which has an 18.4% pay gap.

 

The TUC has produced this activists guide suggesting ways to aproach the question. 

 

5 April 2018

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