Gender Pay Gap Report

For the difference in mean & median hourly rates and bonus pay:

A positive percentage figure would reveal that men, on average, are paid more than women.

A negative percentage figure would indicate that women, on average, are paid more than men.

A zero percentage figure would indicate there is no gap between men and women’s average pay or bonuses overall.

 

Our gender pay gap report shows that currently, on average, our female employees are paid slightly more than our male employees.

Only 2 employees were paid bonus this period. Both were females. This is reflected in the -100% difference in mean & median bonus pay.

 

Difference in mean hourly rate of pay -2.3%

Difference in median hourly rate of pay -6.5%

Difference in mean bonus pay -100%

Difference in median bonus pay -100%

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay

Male 0%

Female 0.9%

Employees by pay quartile           Male      Female

Upper quartile                                10%          90%

Upper middle quartile                    8.5%       91.5%

Lower middle quartile                  15.3%        84.7%

Lower quartile                                13.6%        86.4%

 

https://gender-pay-gap.service.gov.uk/viewing/employer-details?id=m90_jdZmc0kwSJPVFBwbbQ%21%21