Gender Pay Gap Statement 2020
What is Gender Pay Gap reporting?
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2016 came into force on 1 October 2016, requiring all employers within a group that employs 250 or more people to publish on their website the overall median and mean gender pay gaps.
We are required to publish:
• The difference in the median hourly pay of men and women, expressed as a
• The difference in the mean hourly pay of men and women, expressed as a
• The difference in mean hourly bonus pay, expressed as a percentage
• The proportion of men and women who received bonus pay
• The percentage of men and women in each of four quartile pay bands.
The information contained within the Gender Pay Gap report is based on the reference date of 5 April 2020 and includes all relevant employees, i.e. people who have been paid their full usual pay.
EMEA HR Director
Gender Pay Gap Report 2020
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Gender Pay Gap:
Mean 40.6% – on average Men are paid more than Women
Median 46% – on average Men are paid more than Women
Proportion of Male vs Female per Quartile:
Bonus Pay Gap:
Mean 70.73% (47%) – % difference – Men are paid more than Women for bonus
Median 76.67% (37%) – % difference – Men are paid more than Women for bonus
% of people in receipt of a bonus:
61.45% were Male
38.55% were female