Gender Pay Report 2018

Gender Pay Report 2018 Graphic

Following the General Election in 2015, the Government announced that it intended to fulfil a manifesto commitment by bringing into force a provision of the Equality Act 2010 on gender pay gap reporting.This regulation requires all UK organisations which employ over 250 employees to report annually their gender pay gap. The Office of National Statistics has put the overall gender pay gap for UK employees in 2016 at 18.1% in which women typically earn one-fifth less than men.

The gender pay gap is the difference in the average earnings between men and women over a standard period of time regardless of their job role and seniority.

To look through our annual Gender Pay Report for 2018, click here.


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