We are pleased to publish our gender pay gap report which shows that we’re closing our pay gap*.
In 2018 our pay gap has reduced to 14.1% which is an improvement from 20.8% in 2017. This also compares favourably with the national median pay gap of 17.9% provided by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Our Executive Director for People and Change, Karen Rosser, said: “It’s a really positive step that we’ve reduced our pay gap by 6.7% in the last 12 months.
“Due to the nature of our work, females make up the majority of our frontline workforce. This follows a similar pattern in the care and support industry as a whole and helps to explain our pay gap; although women are well represented at senior and middle manager levels in our organisation, they also hugely outnumber men in lower-paid frontline roles.
“We recognise that a gap still exists and we will continue to address this over the next year by focusing on four key areas including talent development, inclusion, creating a new toolkit for managers as well as recruitment and selection.”
Click here to read more about how we’re positively addressing our pay gap and to view our Gender Pay Gap Report 2018.
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*The median pay gap is the difference between the middle hourly salary of men and women, when all salaries are lined up from lowest to highest.