From April 2017 Gender Pay Reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to calculate and publish the gender pay gap within their organisation on an annual basis.
Gender pay gap reporting shows the differences in the average pay between men and women. Our calculations have been made in accordance with The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 and ACAS Guidance – Managing Gender Pay Reporting (December 2017). Differences are expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings.
Gender Pay Gap
|GENDER PAY GAP AS A MEAN AVERAGE||-1%|
|GENDER PAY GAP AS A MEDIAN||0%|
The results show a very small 1% mean gender pay gap in favour of women, and no median gender pay gap.
As a contract commercial cleaning company the vast majority of our staff are part time employees earning the national living wage which is the same for both men and women.
Bonus Pay Gap (category includes bonus & commission)
|THE MEAN BONUS GENDER PAY GAP||-27%|
|THE MEDIAN BONUS GENDER PAY GAP||67.2%|
The results show a bonus gender pay gap in favour of women. Our numbers reflect the fact that we employ more women than men in all roles including supervisory and management. The median bonus gender pay gap is a reflection of the calculation criteria, rather than a genuine gender pay gap concern.
Proportion of gender receiving bonus pay
|PROPORTION OF MALES RECEIVING BONUS PAY||6.7% (7 OF 104 MALE RELEVANT EMPLOYEES)|
|PROPORTION OF FEMALES RECEIVING BONUS PAY||8.5% (19 OF 222 RELEVANT FEMALE EMPLOYEES)|
The proportion of females receiving bonus pay is slightly higher than the proportion of males receiving bonus pay, due to a significantly higher number of women employed in supervisory and management roles.
The proportions of males and females in each quartile band
The results show that there are significantly more females, and a similar split of males and females in each quartile.
Aztec prides itself as an equal opportunities employer. Pay awards and advancement within the company is based solely on experience and ability and is in no way biased towards either gender.
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