Hachette publishes Ethnicity Pay Gap report

Hachette publishes Ethnicity Pay Gap report

Hachette has published an Ethnicity Pay Gap report, one of only a handful of UK companies to do so.

The report looks at the difference between the average earnings of all Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic employees against the average of all white employees at the company.

The figures released are from April 2018, when BAME employees at the Hachette Group (the whole company, including Hachette UK distribution) earned a median* of 6.9% more than white employees, but a mean of 9.8% less. At HUK Ltd, the legal entity for which the gender pay gap is reported, which largely consists of Lo...

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