Could mandatory disability workforce reporting help to tackle pay disparity?

Listed firms in the UK are already obliged to disclose their gender pay gaps, but the government is proposing to extend this requirement to cover disabled and non-disabled staff

A disabled person working in the UK was paid 13.8% less on average than their non-disabled counterpart last year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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