Gender Pay Gap
Understanding the Gender Pay Gap data
In this report we are sharing our gender pay gap data for the 12 months to April 2018. To calculate our Gender Pay Gap, we have taken the pay data for 269 employees.
What is the gender pay?
The gender pay gap measures the differences between men and women’s earnings across the business by expressing women’s pay as a percentage of men’s pay.
This is different to equal pay. Equal pay refers to men and women receiving equal pay for equal work.
Gender Pay Gap
The figures below show’s our gender pay gap as the percentage difference in both our median and mean pay
Bonus Pay Gap
The figures below show the percentage of men and women who received a bonus payment and the percentage difference in bonus amount between men and women for the year ending 5th April 2018.
Percentage of men and women who received a bonus
Bonus pay gap
The figures below show our gender balance within each of our pay quartiles.
Each quartile has an equal number of employees. Quartile 1 having the lowest paid staff and Quartile 4 having the highest paid staff, the figures below are based on the entirety of our employees and being a professional rugby club, you can see that the female percentage in Quartile 4 is low.
However, to give a clearer comparison, below is the quartile percentages based on non-rugby playing staff.
We are committed to creating a workplace where everyone is welcome, and to ensure that we have a healthy balance of both men and women across all aspects of the business, wherever achievable.
I confirm that our data has been calculated according to the requirements set out in The Equality Act 2010(Gender Pay Gap Information/Regulations 2017) Nicky Teague, Head of Finance.