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Haileybury has recently completed its annual gender pay gap audit.

 

Gender pay gap legislation was introduced by the Government in April 2017 and requires employers to identify and publish their annual pay gap.

It is hoped that this process will encourage employers to take action to reduce or eliminate any pay gap. It is important to emphasise that the pay gap is not the same as equal pay. Equal pay, which is the requirement that men and women doing the same job should be paid the same.

A significant determining fact in our pay gap is that, whilst Haileybury pays at least the living wage to all employees, our domestic roles (for example cleaning and laundry staff) are almost exclusively applied for by local and female potential employees.

With a mean gender pay gap of 12.3% (favouring men), Haileybury is performing well when this is compared against the UK’s overall mean gender gap of 15.5% – the size of the gap varies between sectors and is in the region of 25% when looking only at the Education sector (due to the high number of catering and domestic roles required). However, any gender pay gap is reason to continue working towards equality in the mean hourly earnings of men and women at Haileybury.

We continue to be absolutely committed to ensuring that we adopt standards and approaches which seek to safeguard equality in the workplace.

Gender Pay Gap Report 2020 – full audit information

Mean Hourly Rate Gender Pay Gap 12.3%
Median Hourly Rate Gender Pay Gap 19.6%

 

Hourly Rate Quartiles Males Females
Lower 28% 72%
Lower middle 54% 46%
Upper middle 53% 47%
Upper 54% 46%

 

Gender Pay Gap Report 2019 – full audit information

Mean Hourly Rate Gender Pay Gap 15.3%
Median Hourly Rate Gender Pay Gap 22.7%

 

Hourly Rate Quartiles Males Females
Lower 33% 67%
Lower middle 48% 52%
Upper middle 48% 52%
Upper 59% 41%