People at the BBC are still paying Women a far lesser amount than the men and the corporation is still not acknowledging this fact.
Pay practices in 2018 at the BBC were found to have resentful actions of discrimination against the women.
Other committees like the Digital, sports, culture and media committees continue to release reports on BBC’s failure to confront the issues of equal pay and concerns of the female employees and they are disappointed in the BBC as they have failed to “live up to its duty to advance equality of opportunities”.
One of the cases namely: Carrie Gracie was found to have been paid 100,000 lesser than her male counterpart John Sopel and yet BBC still claims that they are starting to address the pay problems when in reality it is still not enough for them to live up to the expectations of equal pay.
Another case involving BBC studios, DCMS criticize the lack of transparency overpay, and claim that the BBC are hiding high-earners that produce more popular shows which means that the BBC doesn’t show who their top-earning talents are.
The corporation responds to these accusations the same ways as before saying that they don’t agree with everything the committee says however they do admit that they’ve made mistakes and are trying to reform.