Gender Pay legislation requires all employers of more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap for workers. Gender Pay is the average difference between the pay of men and women working in an organisation.
Whilst the analysis below demonstrates that there is a slight gender pay gap in terms of mean gender pay, there is, however, no gender pay gap in terms of median pay. We will continue to build on and reinforce the organisations current approaches, actions and initiatives, including further embedding robust recruitment and selection processes and support for staff in career progression and development opportunities.
Download our full Gender Pay Gap Report (31st March 2021) here
Download our full Gender Pay Gap Report (31st March 2020) here
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