Gender pay gap reports

Gender Pay Gap Report


We have continued to make great progress on our gender pay gap through innovative approaches to engagement, flexibility, mental wellbeing and leadership development. In our 2023 report, we explore our latest results in more detail, uncover how we have continued to attract, develop and retain our teams without gender bias, and delve into the pillars of our culture that make us a great place to work.

Gender Pay Report 2023

Gender Pay Gap Report


As a people centred business, our focus on giving our people a voice and delivering on what matters to them has enabled us to develop a culture where everyone belongs. Our highlights this year have included our partnership with Women’s Work Lab, improvements to our family leave policies and the launch of our newest people networks – Meet4Menopause and Carers Network. Ensuring we have ways for our team members to connect and support one another enables us to attract and retain female team members who might otherwise struggle to remain in work. This, in turn, has a positive impact on our gender pay gap.

Gender Pay Report 2022

Gender Pay Gap Report


The challenges of the pandemic have given us new ways in which to embrace diversity in the way we attract, recruit, develop and retain our people, ensuring we value the contribution of all our team members, irrespective of gender. Our values are bodied in our people and the way in which we operate, ensuring we have an open and inclusive culture where our people feel welcome, supported and included, regardless of characteristics.

Gender pay gap report 2021