Gender pay gap
All organisations with more than 250 employees are now required to publish some key gender pay gap statistics.
The gender pay gap is the difference in earnings between all men and all women who work in an organisation. It relates specifically to the percentage difference between the mean or average hourly earnings of men and women and the difference between the median or mid-point salary for men and women.
We pay all employees fairly for the role they perform regardless of gender. However, like many organisations, there can be a difference between the pay for each gender when looked at as a whole, across the organisation and an average taken.
While we have a good balance of males and females in higher paid roles, we have many more females than males in lower paid roles, which also tend to be part time roles.
Read our full gender pay gap report (PDF, 74KB).