Strategies, policies and plans

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6. Human resources

Pay policy

This policy sets out the agreed pay framework for the council for the following financial year.

Pay policy statement 2020/21

 

Gender pay gap

The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017 requires local authorities who employ over 250 or more employees to produce a gender pay gap report.

Gender pay gap report 31 March 2019

Results (hourly rates to 2 decimal places)

 

Mean Pay

Mean Female Pay

£14.02

Mean Male Pay

£13.32

Mean Gender Pay Gap

-5.25%

 

Median Pay

Median Female Pay

£12.36

Median Male Pay

£10.90

Median Gender Pay Gap

-13.39%

 

Staff receiving bonuses - mean

Mean Female Bonus Pay

£0.00

Mean Male Bonus Pay

£0.00

Mean Gender Pay Gap

0.0%

 

Staff receiving bonuses - median

Median Female Bonus Pay

£0.00

Median Male Pay

£0.00

Median Gender Pay Gap

0.0%

 

Staff receiving bonus pay

Number of Females receiving Bonus Pay

0

Number of Males receiving Bonus Pay

0

Proportion of Females receiving Bonus Pay

0.0%

Proportion of Males receiving Bonus Pay

0.0%

 

Quartile figures

Quartile

Female

Male

 Lower

 27.12%

72.88%

Lower Middle

48.53%

51.47%

Upper Middle

61.43%

38.57%

Upper

47.21%

52.79%