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A gender pay gap is a measure of the difference in the average pay of men and women, regardless of the nature of their work, across an entire organisation, business sector, industry or the economy as a whole. It is different from equal pay comparison, which would involve direct comparison of two people or groups of people carrying out the same, similar or equivalent work.

Mean gender pay gap: 1.4%
Median gender pay gap: -3.3%

Mean bonus gender pay gap: -45.6%
Median bonus gender pay gap: -34.4%

Percentage of employees who received a bonus – male 20.8% / female 28.3%

Proportion of males and females in each pay quartile:

Lower – male 62% / female 38%
Lower Middle – male 69% / female 31%
Upper Middle – male 56% / female 44%
Upper – male 68% / female 32%

The above information is accurate and based on data as of 5th April, 2020.