1. Gender Pay Gap

The data presented below has been prepared in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.  The figures are taken from employee data correct as at 5 April 2017.

This data includes all permanent employees who have had no leave* in the pay period, and shows the difference between the average hourly rate** of male and female employees.

  • Mean Gender Pay Gap: 13.4%
  • Median Gender Pay Gap: 7.8%

*‘Leave’ refers to maternity, paternity, sick leave and long term disability.
**‘Hourly Rate’ is the ordinary/basic pay as described within the Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations.

2. Bonus Gender Pay Gap

This includes all permanent employees as at 5 April 2017 and show the difference between the bonuses paid to male and female employees.

  • Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap:23%
  • Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap: 0%

3. Proportion of male and female employees receiving bonuses

This includes all permanent employees and shows the percentage of male and female employees that were paid a bonus in the relevant pay period.

  • Male 96.4%
  • Female :94.0%

4. Male and female employees by pay quartile

This includes all permanent employees who have had no leave in the relevant pay period, and shows the percentage of male and female employees in each quartile.

 
I confirm the information and data reported is accurate as of the snapshot date 5 April 2017.
Vassilis Zairopoulos