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Gender pay gap

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The Gender Pay Gap (GPG) measures the difference in average earnings for men and women within an organisation. In accordance with legal requirements, all data is based on figures gathered on the ‘snapshot’ date (5th April for the most recent report - 2018) for businesses in England, Scotland and Wales. GPG mean and median figures are reported as a percentage of men’s earnings.

The Gender Pay Gap differs from equal pay, as the latter is the legal requirement for men and women to be paid the same for performing identical work, or work of equal value.

Our Gender Pay Reports for 2018 and 2017 can be found below.

2018 Gender Pay Gap
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2018 Gender Pay Gap
2017 Gender Pay Gap
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2017 Gender Pay Gap