'I suspect the reason why they don't come up with any answers on that is because there is no good answer that would actually stand up at tribunal.'I've trusted my bosses for years that's, why I'm here, because I trusted my bosses and I now discover that they weren't paying me equally. 'The BBC say that the reason for the pay gap between me and my male counterparts is because of genuine material factors that make their jobs worth more than mine.'In June last year, BBC executive James Purnell admitted the Corporation's male talents may have to take a pay cut.The director of radio and education made the revelation during an interview with Newsnight's Kirsty Wark.Journalist Carrie Gracie says she doesn't trust her BBC bosses and believes they lied to her about why men get paid more following her resignation from the broadcaster.In an interview that was aired on Channel 4 News tonight, the former China editor revealed her bosses have not contacted her since the story broke.Here are some tips to keep in mind: Communication should be open.Healthy communication is important in any relationship, but especially after trust has been broken.You should both be focused on building that new relationship together.Stay “present-oriented.” One of the most difficult things about rebuilding trust after someone cheats is staying in the present moment and building toward the future, rather than living in or worrying about the past. Are you willing and able to meet your partner’s needs, and vice versa?
I kept saying to my managers that I didn't need more money. A lot of people who contact us ask: how do I build trust again after my partner cheats? But others may still have feelings for their partner, and depending on the circumstances they may want to try and keep the relationship going.Miss Gracie is still waiting to hear the outcome of a grievance complaint, which she lodged last year, and said she could not return to work in China without a resolution.On why she's lost trust for her old bosses, Miss Gracie said: 'I've trusted my bosses for years that's, why I'm here, because I trusted my bosses and I now discover that they weren't paying me equally. 'She told Radio 4 show Woman's Hour earlier today: 'In October the BBC made me a pay offer.