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Industry news: Diversity & Inclusion

Ethnic minorities more likely to be 'trapped' in insecure jobs

17 April 2019   (0 Comments)
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Black and minority ethnic (BME) workers are a third more likely to be 'trapped' in temporary and insecure jobs, analysis by the TUC has found.

They are also more likely to be on zero-hours contracts.

The TUC urged the government to legislate to introduce mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting for all employers with more than 50 workers.

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