Gender Pay Gap Report

 

Gender Pay Gap Reporting Statement

April 2017

From April 2017, all organisations that employ over 250 employees are required to report annually on their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is defined as the differences in the average earnings of men and women over a standard time period, regardless of their role seniority.

Proportion of male staff

Proportion of female staff

55.2%

44.8%

Gender Pay Reporting

The following results, in line with mandatory requirements, have been calculated as at April 2017.

Gender Pay Statistics

Mean gender pay gap in hourly pay

9.1%

Median gender pay gap in hourly pay

3.4%

Mean bonus gender pay gap

-31.3%

Median bonus gender pay gap

49.5%

Proportion of males receiving a bonus

11.1%

Proportion of females receiving a bonus

26.7%

Quartile Pay Bands

 

Lower quartile

Lower middle quartile

Upper middle quartile

Upper quartile

Males

49%

50%

42%

68%

Females

51%

50%

58%

32%

We have a mean gender pay gap of 9.1% (average) and a median (middle) gender pay gap of 3.4%. This is significantly smaller than the current national median average

We’re confident that Fairmont St Andrews gender pay gap is not a pay issue; we know this because our approach to pay is gender neutral by design and our analysis shows that our pay gap is driven by the structure of our workforce.

We regularly analyse and monitor our pay to make sure our male and female colleagues are treated equally.

We believe in job opportunities for everybody regardless of gender.


John Keating
General Manager


For more information visit: gender-pay-gap.service.gov.uk