Gender Pay Gap legislation introduced in April 2017 requires all employers of 250 or more employees to publish their gender pay gap as of 31 March 2017.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings.
Below is the snapshot data for 5th April 2017
|Difference in hourly rate of pay- Mean||17.5%|
|Difference in hourly rate of pay- Median||2.3%|
|Difference in bonus pay- mean||31.7%|
|Difference in bonus pay-median||18.2%|
|Percentage of employees who received bonus pay:|
|Males who received bonus pay||29.2%|
|Females who received bonus pay||27.4%|
|Employees by pay quartile:|
|Upper quartile- Male||82.1%|
|Upper quartile- Female||17.9%|
|Upper middle quartile- Male||70.9%|
|Upper middle quartile- Female||29.1%|
|Lower middle quartile- Male||69.2%|
|Lower middle quartile- Female||30.8%|
|Lower quartile- Male||75.0%|
|Lower quartile- Female||25.0%|
We are committed to reporting our gender pay gap on an annual basis.
I confirm that the data published in this report is accurate, Peter Fairley, Finance Director
Date published : 3rd April 2018