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That HR Podcast episode 5: Confronting the ethnicity pay gap

28 Aug 2018 By PM Editorial

If your business performed an ethnicity pay audit, are you confident the figures would cast you in a favourable light? Plus, we find out whether you can solve workplace harassment with a behavioural policy, and Tim Pointer solves another listener query

If your business performed an ethnicity pay audit, are you confident the figures would cast you in a favourable light? Experts Frank Douglas and Suzanne Semedo explain why the pay disparity between white and black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers is just one small part of a far wider problem.

Plus, PM visits the Royal Court Theatre to find out how Vicky Featherstone is taking on #MeToo with a groundbreaking behavioural policy, and agony uncle Tim Pointer resolves another listener query. 

Join People Management staff writers Emily Burt and Lauren Brown on the podcast that takes the pulse of HR – and don't forget to give us your feedback by tweeting us at @peoplemgt or email pmeditorial@haymarket.com.

Thank you to our guests from this episode:

  • Frank Douglas, CEO Caerus Executive
  • Suzanne Semedo, diversity and inclusion lead at the Ministry of Justice
  • Vicky Featherstone, artistic director, Royal Court Theatre

  • Tim Pointer, founder of Starboard 


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