The moral threat of measuring the ‘pay gap’

In Opinion by Michael Rae

The “ethnic pay gap” in the UK has been estimated at £3.2 billion ($4.2 billion U.S.), or nearly $200 a week. To rectify this, 15 major employers – including the Bank of England, Deloitte UK, and Citibank UK – have agreed (after nudging from the Conservative government) to publish their ethnic pay figures. Continue Reading…
Related posts:
Court Rules March for Life Qualifies for Abortifacient Mandate Exemption Based on Moral, Not Just Religious, Objections
The ‘evil’ unleashed by Abp. Justin Welby
Restoring character: Moral communities as a path to common virtue

Read more at The Acton Institute