The ethnicity pay gap in the English NHS


This report from UK think tank the Nuffield Trust looks at basic pay levels for ethinic minority and White staff employed by the NHS.

The NHS is the largest employer of ethnic minority staff in England with over 225,000 employees. Issues around equality are important, but how is this reflected in staff pay? This research report examines the differences in basic pay between ethnic minority staff and White staff employed by the NHS – by occupation, pay system and band.

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