Walsingham Support is pleased to present our Gender Pay Gap Report for the 2021 financial year. The Gender Pay Gap, or Gender Wage Gap, is the average difference between the remuneration for men and women who are working. As an organisation, we see an equal and diverse society, and it is our constant goal to reflect that in our business practices, recruitment process and ethics.
The report at a glance:
• Walsingham Support employs significantly more women than men across its workforce with 1,031 total employees in post on the snapshot date, of which 77% (793) identified as female and 23% (238) as male.
• This means that the average (mean) for women is lower when considering the entire workforce because the overall number of people that figure is calculated from is so much higher. However, the mid-point (median) of each group’s pay illustrates that women are paid better with a 4.5% higher rate than men. This is a positive gender pay gap measure for a workforce of this distribution.
• Overall, Walsingham Support’s figures compare favourably against the DHSC: gender pay gap report and data 2021 for health and social care sector which reported the average mean at 11.5% and the average median at 10.0%.
Throughout Walsingham Support’s 35+ years of operating, we have been and continue to be fully committed to equality and diversity, and has employed people according to the requirements of the role, not according to gender. We support flexible and part time working across all areas of the organisation, enabling more than half of our organisation to work on a part time basis to support their work life balance needs.
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