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Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender Pay Gap

St Elizabeth’s has calculated its Gender Pay Gap information in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 for 2017 based on staff employed in April 2017 which shows:

- A mean gender pay gap of -2.7% (compared to UK average of 18.1%[1]). The negative figure means that the mean average pay of women is higher than that of men by 2.7%. For the national average the pay of men is higher by 18.1%.

- A median gender pay gap of -2.3%. The negative figure means that the mean average pay of women is higher than that of men by 2.3%.

- The proportion of each gender in each quartile pay band was as follows:

Quartile

Lower

Lower Middle

Upper Middle

Upper

Total

Male 23.2% 76.8% 23.5% 16.5% 21.8%
Female 76.8% 24.4% 76.5% 83.5% 78.2%

 

St Elizabeth’s did not pay any bonuses in the reporting period.

The total number of staff employed in April 2017 was 657 of which 514 were women and 143 were men.

DECLARATION:

I hereby confirm that the information provided in this report to be accurate. 

James Connolly, Chief Executive

31 October 2017

 

[1] Source:ONS Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings Provisional results (2016)