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ITN ends all-white interview shortlists

ITN has pledged to interview at least one BAME (black, Asian or ethnic minority) person for every vacancy after revealing a “disappointing” BAME pay gap.

The new firm announced that it has a mean BAME pay gap of 16.1% (median: 20.8%) and mean BAME bonus pay gap of 66% (median: 50%). Nina Nannar, the Arts Editor at ITV News, said she was “disappointed” to see these stats.

“To close this pay gap, we must work harder to increase the proportion of BAME people at every level of ITN, particularly in the senior decision-making management roles,” ITN CEO John Hardie said. “We have set challenging targets, including halving the BAME pay gap by 2022, alongside an action plan to improve representation and remove barriers to progression.”

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September 12, 2018

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