It is that time of year again where we are required to publish our gender pay results. Government regulations stipulate that all companies with 250 or more employees are required to report on their mean (average hourly rate) and median (the middle hourly rate of all female and male employees) pay gap and the government has laid out 6 area’s that we are required to report on.

The data for 2018 sets out our results based on staff who were employed with us on 5th April 2018.

As part of the regulations, we are also required to divide our employees into four quartiles (from highest earners to our lowest earners) and report the percentage of males and females in each quartile.

You can access our full Gender Pay Gap report for 2017 by clicking here.

You can access our full Gender Pay Gap report for 2018 by clicking here.