Swanstaff Releases it's Gender Pay Report
9th July 2018
Swanstaff Recruitment has published its Gender Pay Gap Report as required by law in line with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.
The figures stated in the report outline everyone on Swanstaff’s company payroll inclusive of our temporary workforce and internal staff.
Based on the hourly rate of employees at Swanstaff women’s mean hourly rate is 29.9% lower than men’s. When comparing mean hourly rates, women earn 70p for every £1 that men earn.
The median pay difference between all men and women employed by Swanstaff states that at an hourly rate women’s pay is 5% higher than men’s. When comparing median hourly rates, women earn £1.05 for every £1 that men earn.
In our last financial year, Swanstaff did not pay any bonuses.
In our report we have included the breakdown of the proportion of women in each pay quartile from highest paid to lowest paid throughout the entire organisation.
Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Rogers said “At Swanstaff, workplace equality in all forms is a primary focus of ours. I am personally committed as CEO to establish the best wellbeing for my staff and ensure that we continue to work towards closing the gap. Creating opportunities is at the heart of our core values and what Swanstaff stands for. I find myself in a position to be able to offer those willing to work for it a successful career and so I understand the importance of recognising and rewarding our staff for doing just this.”
Swanstaff offer equal opportunites to all within our organisation. We have our own dedicated training department whos sole purpose is to train our temporary workforce to enable them to gain work; we also have a large number of staff enrolled on external courses. Our staff are the future of Swanstaff so to invest in them is vital to our retention.
We are also proud of the fact we have a high percentage of females in senior management roles. Our goal is to be extraoardinary and without these key players we would not be able to do so.
To read Swanstaff’s full Gender Pay Report please click here.