Cumbria Health on Call has published it’s first Gender Pay Gap report – available to view here
Under legislation that was introduced in April 2017, UK companies with over 250 employees are now required to annually report on their gender pay gap.
Using the snapshot date of 31st March 2017, CHoC has calculated a median gender pay gap of 9.5%, which means that the average woman earns 9.5% more in our organisation. Within CHoC, women make up 42.4% of higher-paid jobs and 50.6% of lower-paid jobs.
The average pay gap among companies that have reported is 9.7% in favour of men, and CHoC are amongst the 14% of companies with a pay gap that favours women.