Gender Pay Gap Report

This is now the third data set Adare has published on Gender Pay Gap (GPG) findings and we are pleased to be able to report that our median pay gap between males and females has fallen for the second year running and is now at 3.3%, which is significantly lower than the national average of 17.9% as reported by the Office for National Statistics 2018 (NB: no data is currently available for 2019).

“As a Board, we are united in a non-discriminatory, gender neutral approach. We made a commitment in 2018 to ensure our teams were paid, as a minimum, in line with the Real Living Wage and are pleased to see that this approach has also had a positive impact on our GPG. We will continue, as a business, to appoint the most appropriate person to the job, as we believe this enables our people and our business to perform better.”

Andrew Dutton, Adare CEO

AT THE SNAPSHOT DATE OF 5 APRIL 2019

TOTAL UK-BASED WORKFORCE

man

50.6%

Male

woman

49.4%

Female

PAY GAP

paygap

18.0%

MEAN

3.3%*

MEDIAN

  • *By comparison, the Office for National Statistics median gender pay gap 2018 for all employees was 17.9%

(Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) – Office for National Statistics)

THE PROPORTION OF MEN AND WOMEN IN EACH QUARTILE:

QUARTILE MALES FEMALES
LOWER 44.3% 55.7%
LOWER MIDDLE 51.3% 48.7%
UPPER MIDDLE 50.6% 49.4%
UPPER 56.4% 43.6%

BONUS

70.1%

Mean

54.7%

Median

THE PROPORTION OF
PEOPLE RECEIVING A BONUS

16.4%

MALE

11.0%

FEMALE

I confirm that the data provided is accurate and meets the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

Andrew Dutton, Adare CEO

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