UK companies with over 250 employees have to report on their gender pay gap in 2018 for the first time.
At Greenhalgh’s Craft Bakery we are committed to treating our employees equally and ensuring that everyone – no matter what their background, race, ethnicity or gender – has an opportunity to develop. We are certain that any gender pay gap is not caused by men and women being paid differently to do the same job, but is driven by the structure of our workforce.
Gender Pay & Bonus Pay Gap
As of the snapshot date (5 April 2017) the table below shows the overall mean and median gender pay gap and bonus pay gap based on hourly rates of pay. The percentage shown is the difference in the overall mean and median pay and bonus between men and woman.
Difference between men and women
Mean (Average) Median (Mid-Range)
Hourly Pay Gap 13.55% 3.23%
Bonus Pay Gap -28.59% -50%
From the reports we have already seen submitted by other companies within our business sector, we can see that our gender pay gap already significantly lower.
Proportion of males and females receiving a bonus payment
Proportion of males receiving a bonus payment 1.03%
Proportion of females receiving a bonus payment 0.18%
Proportion of males and females in each pay quartile
We have divided the workforce in four equal size pay quartile bands. The table below shows the proportion of males and females within each quartile band expressed as a percentage.
Proportion of male employees in upper quartile band 48.58%
Proportion of female employees in upper quartile band 51.42%
Proportion of male employees in upper middle quartile band 34.43%
Proportion of female employees in upper middle quartile band 65.57%
Proportion of male employees in lower middle quartile band 29.25%
Proportion of female employees in lower middle quartile band 70.75%
Proportion of male employees in lower quartile band 25.47%
Proportion of female employees in lower quartile band 74.53%
In common with many other businesses, particularly those in our sector, we employ many more females than males in front line retail operations. This includes a number of young employees under the age of 20 working on a part time basis. This is not the case in the top pay quartile where the proportions of male and female employees are much closer.
I can confirm that the data contained within this report is accurate