‘Structural Racism in Action’: TUC Uncovers Disparity in Insecure Work Among BME

A recent analysis by British workers’ federation the Trades Union Congress has revealed a significant imbalance in the prevalence of ‘insecure’ work among Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers compared to their white counterparts in the West Midlands. According to the research, approximately 12.5% of workers in the region—equivalent to around 351,300 individuals—are engaged in…


Fulfilling “Our Social Promise”

Data from Compass Group’s first ethnicity pay gap report for the UK shows a higher representation of ethnic minorities working in locations and roles with higher wages than the national average. The report, which looked at gender and ethnic minority pay, calculated a ‘median pay gap’ of -7.9% which has continued to reduce from 16.6%…

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