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Report Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Reports 107

The disability pay gap

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Publication date

Aug 2017

Summary

This report examines the disability pay gap in Great Britain, defined as the difference in average hourly pay between disabled and non-disabled people. It looks at: pay gaps for people with different types of impairments; trends in employees and pay; the key causes of the disability pay gap
Recommendations for what needs to change to tackle the disability pay gap can be found in our report: Fair opportunities for all: A strategy for reducing pay gaps in Britain.

Subjects

Disability, Labour Market, and Wages And Earnings

Links

https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/publication-download/research-report-107-disability-pay-gap

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