Gender Pay Gap Report
At SLR we recognise there is an issue within our industry concerning the disproportionate number of women in senior managerial positions compared with men in these roles. With the new mandatory requirements for all UK businesses with at least 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap calculations, we see an opportunity to address this disparity and build on the steps as are already taking towards developing more diverse teams.
As we want every employee of SLR to feel included and valued, we welcome the UK Government’s requirements for greater transparency within businesses, as it will help us to monitor our progress, and strive for the most gender balanced workplace.
About the Gender Pay Report
As part of the UK Government’s approach to achieving gender equality, all UK employers with more than 250 employees must collect and publish data on the difference between their average salaries for men and women, as of 05 April 2017. This report covers:
- the mean and median gender pay gap
- the bonus mean and median gender pay gap
- the proportion of men and women receiving a bonus payment
- the proportion of men and women in each quartile band
We conﬁrm that the gender pay gap information and data contained in this report is accurate as of the snapshot date of 5 April 2017.
You can view our Gender Pay Gap Report in full here.