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Female employees demand back pay and apology from BBC (The Guardian, Jan 30)
Attach Date 2018/01/30 HIT 1700
A group of 170 women at the BBC have called for an apology, back pay and pension adjustments over claims that the corporation broke equality laws by failing to pay them fairly. In a ratcheting-up of the criticism of the broadcaster by female staff, the BBC Women campaign group has submitted evidence to the influential DCMS committee that they said demonstrated the corporation’s failure to ensure equal pay. Read More

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