Imagine brutally calling out your bosses for not paying you fairly and still keeping your job. That's exactly what happened to BBC journalist Carrie Gracie, who is fighting to bridge the gender pay gap at the British broadcaster. ItShow More Summary
The gender pay row at the BBC continues to rumble on after former China editor Carrie Gracie slammed the corporation for an "insulting" pay rise offer after she raised the issue. Gracie, the BBC's top journalist in China, left her position in January, accusing the BBC of having a "secretive and illegal pay culture". Show More Summary
BBC China editor Carrie Gracie resigned her position last week in an open letter protesting the BBC's "illegal" gender pay inequality and "the culture of secrecy that helps perpetuate it". The Equalities and Human Rights Commission is investigating Gracie's claims. A BBC spokesperson has responded, saying:
The culture war now openly raging in Britain continues to plumb ever deeper levels of idiocy and intimidation. The BBC was convulsed last week when Carrie Gracie, its China Editor, resigned over her claim that she was not being paid the same as other BBC foreign affairs editors who happened to be men. Show More Summary
To be fair to the BBC, the corporation did give plenty of coverage to the biggest news story of yesterday in which Carrie Gracie accused Auntie Beeb of operating blatantly discriminatory pay arrangements. If only BBC Scotland would show...Show More Summary
Here's the no-holds barred resignation letter from Carrie Gracie, the BBC's former China editor who has accused the corporation of operating blatantly discriminatory pay arrangements. Now the situation in Glasgow City Council, Scotland's largest council by far, is even worse if you ask me. Show More Summary
Ms. Gracie quit her post after BBC executives offered her a salary increase that still left her paid less than her male counterparts.
In a powerful open letter to licence-fee payers, a veteran BBC journalist has spoken out against "secretive and illegal" culture of pay inequality at the publicly funded organisation. China Editor Carrie Gracie announced her resignation...Show More Summary
The BBC's China editor has resigned her position in Beijing in protest over what she called a failure to sufficiently address a gap in compensation between men and women at the public broadcaster. Carrie Gracie said she would stay with the BBC and "return to my former post in the...
BEIJING — One of the BBC’s top journalists, Carrie Gracie, has resigned from her China post over what she called a “secretive and illegal” pay structure that left her making 50 percent less than male peers. In an open letter published Sunday evening, Gracie, who served as China Editor, said the public broadcaster faced a […]
BBC journalist Carrie Gracie has quit her role and published a bombshell letter complaining about the broadcaster's "illegal pay culture." She earned around 50% less than two of her male counterparts. Gracie had to present Radio 4'sShow More Summary
Carrie Gracie wrote an open letter accusing the news outlet of breaking equality law.
BBC journalist Carrie Gracie announced Monday she had quit her post as China editor in protest at an "indefensible pay gap" at the British broadcaster, winning support from dozens of colleagues. Gracie said she resigned last week over...Show More Summary