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18 May 2019
Bloomberg’s Pamela Hutchinson sits down with Richard Chapman-Harris, Mott MacDonald’s Head of Inclusion and Responsibility; James Currell, Viacom International Media Networks’ President of Northern and Eastern Europe; and Sandra Kerr, Business in the Community’s Race Equality Director, for a conversation on the benefits of transparency and how this can help to further eliminate pay disparities across business sectors.

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