22 May, 2018
Throughout our Company, we work hard to ensure that our Staff are treated equally and fairly. With this in mind, we've collated our figures identifying any pay gap between Male and Female employees at our Company.
The data below has been compiled by Samantha Tan, Contracts Manager on behalf of Jak Bjornstrom, Managing Director and CCO.
At Birkenhaus Corporation Ltd, we ensure that all employees are paid fairly and have the same opportunities regardless of whether they are male or female.
The gender pay gap shows the difference between the average earnings of men and women. It is now a legal requirement by the UK government for all employers with 250 or more employees to publish this data by April 2018.
The mean gender pay gap is 0.5% which is significantly lower than the UK average. Our median pay gap is 0%.
The work carried out is in a female dominated industry where operatives are on the same wage regardless of their gender. The only influence on rates of pay is the location of the site that an employee works. If an employee works in a remote location or where location average rate of pay is higher (e.g. London) and difficult to recruit, then we offer a higher hourly wage. Due to the minimal gender pay gap, we will take no further action at this time.
Mean Gender Pay Gap in Hourly Pay (Reflected as a Figure)
Median Gender Pay Gap in Hourly Pay (Reflected as a Figure)
Mean Gender Pay Gap in Bonus Pay (Reflected as a Figure)
Gender Pay Gap Quartile Figures
Upper Quartile7.41% - Male16.67% - Female
Upper Middle16.67% - Male9.26% - Female
Lower Middle9.26% - Male14.81% - Female
Lower Quartile12.96% - Male12.96% - Female
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