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- Pay Gap Reporting - The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017
Since 2017, we have published our gender pay gap based on the Government’s methodology, set out in The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017. Because pay gap legislation is more than a compliance issue for us as a firm, we have also published our pay gap data for ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation and incorporated data for our UK Partners. We encourage others to also go beyond the current Pay Gap legislation to help accelerate diversity in the profession and across business.
Read our 2021 Pay gap report
Read previous Reports : 2020 Pay gap report | 2019 Pay gap report | 2018 Pay gap report | 2017 Pay gap report
- EY UK Modern slavery and human trafficking statement
Read our 2021 Modern slavery and human trafficking statement
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EY has reviewed and implemented the Governments COVID-19 secure guidance, which requires employers to do everything ’reasonably practicable’ to manage risks from COVID-19 in the workplace.