As part of its annual report, published on 15 September, the professional services group PwC for the first time revealed the “socio-economic background” pay gap for its UK employees. The move comes just a week after industry competitor KPMG published its own socio-economic background pay gap and decided to set a minimum threshold for working class employees in senior positions (see article n°12670). PwC, which employs 22,000 people in the UK, also reported its disability pay gap for the first time.
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