Gender Pay

Government legislation requires all companies that employ more than 250 people to publish a report on how they pay their people.

The purpose of sharing this information is to highlight the difference between the average pay of men and women and to encourage companies to put plans in place to get rid of any gaps that they have.

Gender pay reporting measures the difference in the average pay of men and women (regardless of the role they do) across the whole company. It is different to Equal Pay, which is about men and women being paid the same when they do the same job.

Our report was compiled from a snapshot of our data from 5th April 2020, when we had only 14 team members actively working in the business. A further ~900 team members were on furlough, and therefore do not qualify for inclusion in this report.

Please click here to read the 2020 report.

You may also refer to our 2018 report for a representative view of our business under normal circumstances. This report includes data from 755 team members – click here to read.