Gender Pay Gap Statistics April 2017
From April 2017, companies with 250 or more employees are required to publish their gender pay gap statistics. The gender pay gap calculations are based on mean and median hourly pay figures and do not take into account job roles. This is different from equal pay, which is the right to receive the same level of pay as someone performing work of equal value.
The gender pay gap statistics for Framptons Ltd are as follows. Positive figures indicate female employees having lower pay on average than male employees, and negative figures indicate male employees having lower pay on average than female employees.
Mean gender pay gap 9.2%
Median gender pay gap 14.7%
Mean bonus gender pay gap -21.4%
Median bonus gender pay gap -25.0%
Proportion of males receiving a bonus payment 2.5%
Proportion of females receiving a bonus payment 2.4%
The proportions of male and female employees in each pay quartile are as follows:
Lower quartile Male 47.9%
Lower middle quartile Male 79.2%
Upper middle quartile Male 76.1%
Upper quartile Male 80.3%
I confirm that the published information is accurate and has been calculated in accordance with the regulations.