Gender Pay Gap Information
In line with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations 2017), and as an employer with 250+ employees, BrisDoc’s disclosable gender pay gap based on a three-year snapshot at March 2020, March 2019 and March 2018 is as follows:
Proportion of males to females in each quartile from lowest to highest pay:
The above shows that there has been further improvement in closing the gender pay gap in measures that favour males (mean), this is now slightly in favour of females at -0.7%, this is an extremely positive outcome for BrisDoc.
The Median gap, favour females (median) has widened, the reason for this is that we have a mush smaller number of males within the employed workforce (80 vs 218 females) and so the increase in the percentage of females within the upper quartile and increase in proportion of males in the lower middle quartile has a distorting impact on these figures.
The bonus figures have also moved significantly last year. These figures are impacted by the inclusion of our self-employed colleagues and any seasonal ‘bonus’’
Overall, we believe our current position for measuring and reporting gender pay gap is a positive one, and has seen improvement since we started reporting in 2017.