Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Reports
August 15, 2017
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.