annual report

Gender Pay Gap

Introduction to Gender Pay Gap Reporting

The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 requires all employers with 250 or more employees in the UK to publish details of their gender pay gap. Its aim is to achieve greater transparency about gender pay difference.

The analysis is based on data as at 5 April of each year. The gender pay gap shows the differences in the average pay between men and women.
This is different to equal pay. Equal pay requires that men and women who carry out the same or similar jobs - or work of equal value - are paid the same.

It is unlawful to pay people unequally because they are a man or a woman.

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What We Publish

Companies with 250 or more employees are required publish and report information on the following calculations:

The mean
gender
pay gap
The median
gender
pay gap
The mean
gender
bonus gap
The median
gender
bonus gap
Men & women
receiving
bonuses
Salary
quartiles
OUR STATEMENT DETAILING OUR COMMITMENT TO ADDRESSING THE GENDER PAY
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THE CALCULATIONS IN OUR REPORT MAKE USE OF TWO TYPES OF AVERAGES:

A MEAN AVERAGE

Involves adding up all of the numbers and dividing the result by how many numbers were in the list.

A MEDIAN AVERAGE

Involves listing all of the numbers in numerical order. If there is an odd number of results, the median average is the middle number.

Using these two different types of average is helpful to give a more balanced overview of an employer’s overall gender pay gap.

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