Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap

From 4 April 2018, Sacro along with all other organisations that have 250 or more employees, have a duty to publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings. This involves carrying out six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation; it will not involve publishing individual employee’s data.

Sacro’s Gender Pay Gap reporting

  • Women’s hourly rate is 0.2% lower (mean) and 2.6% higher (median)
  • Top salary quartile (highest paid) has 33% men and 67% women
  • Upper middle salary quartile has 38% men and 62% women
  • Lower middle salary quartile has 40% men and 60% women
  • Lower salary quartile (lowest paid) has 49% men and 51% women
  • No employee received bonus pay.

Things we’ve learnt

  • Sacro is one of 14% of companies with a pay gap that favours women.
  • 38% of our Board members are female and 62% male
  • 55% of our CMG is female and 50% male
  • 53% of our SMs are female and 47% male

The gender pay gap exercise is helpful in that it gives us some hard data to really reflect and take action on. There is a lot we will continue to do to support the gender balance within the organisation. We are proud of the diversity we have within Sacro and are committed to equality and inclusion. Over the next year every member of Sacro along with our Equality group will continue to drive forward our aspirations on this front.

This data has been prepared by Joti Singh, Head of HR & OD, under with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.