Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender pay gap report

March 2019

Calculation in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

Woman hourly rate is:

Mean pay gap             6.4%                   lower

Median pay gap         10.8%               higher

Woman bonus pay is:

Mean bonus gap        76.3%              lower

Median bonus gap     94.2%              lower

Percentage receiving a bonus:

Woman            73.2%

Man                 16.8%

Pay quartiles by gender               Woman               Man

Lower quartile                                    45.1%              54.9%             

Lower middle quartile                         73.5%              26.5%             

Upper middle quartile                          47.5%             52.5%

Upper quartile                                     52%                48%

The business retains its family-owned and managed structure.  The male proportion of the business senior management significantly outweighs the female, and consequently leads to a gender pay gap directly as a result of the family dynamics.  For as long as the organisation remains family-managed, this can only be addressed as part of a long term strategy for change.

It remains significant that, excluding the Board members, there is no discernible gender pay gap within the organisation.

 

Paul Critcher
Finance Director
Whittlebury Hall and Spa Ltd

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