- 12 Dec 2018
From the data available, there is a higher proportion of women, disabled people, individuals from a minority ethnic group, younger employees or a combination of one or more of these protected characteristics as well as part-time workers among lower paid employees.
The approach taken in the 2019-2020 pay policy will also help to reduce overall income inequality. It may also help in positively working towards reducing the gender pay gap within the public sector as it should increase the overall base levels of pay for those at the lower end where women are overly concentrated.
This is further supported by the continued restraint applied to higher earners, including senior appointments, where there are higher proportions of men.
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