The UK government has introduced legislation requiring obligatory reporting on gender pay for all companies employing more than 250 employees, in line with its commitment to eliminate the gender pay gap within a generation. Even though the UK gender pay gap is at its lowest levels since the Office for National Statistics (ONS) commenced recording the gap, the government are hopeful that the legislation will result in employers taking positive action and implementing change to help eradicate the gap.
PPE's gender pay gap data can be accessed by selecting a year below. The data includes the following:-
The mean gender pay gap
The median gender pay gap
The mean gender bonus gap
The median gender bonus gap
The proportion of male employees receiving a bonus
The proportion of female employees receiving a bonus
To view PPE's annual gender pay gap report click on the link below:
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