Carrie Gracie has said she is proud to have “fought for a fair workplace” as she announced that she has left the BBC.
The BBC Women group has called for “real and urgent” action to end “racism and sexism” at the corporation.
Former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has said it will be “interesting” to see how the corporation handles equal pay complaints under a new director-general.
Samira Ahmed has been praised by Carrie Gracie and others at the BBC for having the courage to go up against the corporation in an equal pay dispute.
BBC journalist Carrie Gracie has said there could be around 12 people at the corporation launching employment tribunals over claims of unequal pay.
BBC presenter Samira Ahmed is taking the broadcaster to court over claims of unequal pay.
Minority staff and presenters at the BBC have been told by the corporation not to join in any form of protest supporting presenter Naga Munchetty, it is reported.
The BBC is facing a growing backlash over a decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty, with Sir Lenny Henry, Gina Yashere and Adrian Lester among the latest to criticise the corporation.
BBC bosses have said they are not impartial on racism after the decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty for criticising Donald Trump provoked a fierce backlash.
The BBC has justified its reprimand of Naga Munchetty for criticising Donald Trump for perceived “racism”, saying that she is not allowed to share her personal opinion.
John Humphrys has divided opinion during his long tenure on the Today programme.
A backlash against the BBC following the release of information on its high-earners has led to a number of voluntary pay cuts.
Carrie Gracie will talk about her fight against workplace discrimination at the BBC at a literature festival later this year.
Netflix could drive up BBC spending as the broadcaster attempts to tackle its pay bill, a report has found.
Members of the BBC Women group have welcomed a new investigation by a human rights watchdog over suspected past pay discrimination at the corporation, but added that the BBC still has a “very long way” to go.
A human rights watchdog has launched an investigation into “suspected past pay discrimination against women” at the BBC, it has been announced.
A human rights watchdog has launched an investigation into BBC pay practices over alleged discrimination against women.
Women at the BBC continue to be paid “far less” than men for the same work, a report into equal pay at the broadcaster has said.
Women working at the BBC have branded the corporation’s treatment of female staff “disheartening and disrespectful” following a report into equal pay at the broadcaster.
The lawyer of former BBC editor Carrie Gracie has warned that unless the BBC makes radical equal pay reforms, it will erode the trust of staff, politicians, and the public.
Sandi Toksvig has praised Carrie Gracie and the 200 female journalists who spoke out against unequal pay at the BBC.
The lawyer who represented former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie in her salary dispute with the broadcaster has said women are “left in the dark” about their pay and face an ongoing battle against discrimination in a chaotic system.
Female employees at the BBC face an “incredibly long and frustrating process with no immediate end in sight” to have grievances about pay inequality addressed, Damian Collins has said.
The BBC is failing female employees who suffer under an “invidious culture” of discrimination against women, a report on pay equality at the broadcaster has said.
A report into the issues of gender equality and equal pay at the BBC is due to be published.
Former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has described her fight for equal pay as “worse than breast cancer” – and said she believes she will never be given a major presenting job at the corporation again.
BBC stars have welcomed the broadcaster’s apology to Carrie Gracie – but said it was a battle that its former China editor should never have had to fight.
Carrie Gracie has said it is “always a relief when you can stop shouting” after reaching an agreement with the BBC over a dispute about back pay.
Carrie Gracie caused an enormous headache for the BBC as the most high-profile casualty of the controversy over the gender pay gap.
Journalist Carrie Gracie has said she wants the backdated pay she has received from the BBC to be used to “help other women win equality at work”.