Gender pay gap report
Companies employing 250 people or more are required to publish a Gender Pay Gap report each year. The report must contain certain statistics that seek to measure the gender pay gap. These statistics must also be provided to the Government.
Led by our culture and SPIRIT values, we go above the requirements and report on gender pay across the whole organisation, regardless of size, as well as fulfil our legal obligations.
Our latest Gender Pay Gap report, as at 5 April 2021 is now available. Our report outlines gender pay across the organisation, as well as the breakdown for our companies which must legally publish their data.
What is the gender pay gap?
The gender pay gap is a measure of the difference between the average pay of men and women across the same organisation. It is not the same as equal pay, which relates to men and women being paid equally for equal work or work of equal value. This has been a legal requirement for many years and a matter of principle that we are committed to.