pay gap

  • January 5, 2018

    On the first Thursday of 2018, the average FTSE100 CEO will have already been paid what it will take the typical UK worker all year to earn.

  • August 16, 2017

    All jobs should be advertised as available for flexible working, and greater effort placed on ending bias in recruitment, promotion and reward in a shake-up of culture and working practices to reduce pay gaps, the Equality and Human Rights Commission in Scotland said yesterday.

  • November 4, 2014

    Men working full-time are twice as likely to earn over £50,000 a year as full-time women, according to new TUC analysis of official figures published to mark Equal Pay Day.

  • September 7, 2014

    According to a poll commissioned by the TUC to mark the start of Congress 2014, half the workforce think their employer can afford to offer better pay rises.

  • November 25, 2012

    A 36 per cent pay gap between part- and full-time workers is the main barrier to closing the gender pay gap and tackling in-work poverty, the government has been told.

  • November 25, 2011

    Ekklesia is a co-signatory to a letter in the Guardian today (25 November 2011), along with five other churches and groups, regarding the growing pay gap.

  • July 4, 2011

    As the gap on pay and pensions widens, British business should disclose the ratio between their highest and lowest paid employees says a new report

  • May 26, 2011

    In England, the debate on stipends, remuneration and expenses for Anglican clergy serving the Established church continues - with a BBC radio investigation in the pipeline.The issues include pay justice, terms and conditions of work, investment decisions and use of financial resources.

    Meanwhile, in Scotland, the Presbyterian national church is looking towards giving newly qualified ministers a "lucrative bonus" to serve in remote rural parishes as their first charge, under plans from a Kirk council.

  • April 29, 2011

    Royal watchers have been asked by a trade union to support a campaign to give disgracefully low-paid cleaners in the Royal Household a living wage.

  • August 25, 2007

    People in Britain think that Premiership footballers should be paid a lot less, and that those in service jobs at the bottom of the pay scale should get a good deal more, says a new survey for the Fabian Society.