06/04/2020 – 05/04/2021

Mean Gender Pay Gap

Female to Male Ratio is 86.6:100

Women earn 87p, or 86.6p, for every £1 men earn when comparing mean hourly wages.

When comparing mean hourly wages, women have a mean hourly wage that is 15.5% less than men.

 

Median Gender Pay Gap

Female to Male Ratio is 69.2:100.

Women earn 69p, or 69.2p, for every £1 men earn when comparing median hourly wages.

When comparing median hourly wages, women have a median hourly wage is 44.5% lower than men.

 

Proportion of Women in each Pay Quartile

Quartile Male Female
Upper 69.70% 30.30%
Upper middle 57.58% 42.42%
Lower middle 28.13% 71.88%
Lower 37.50% 62.50%

 

Women occupy 30.3% of the highest paid jobs and 62.5% of the lowest-paid jobs.

 

Umbrella Company UK

Umbrella Company UK employs UK contractors and we are required to include their details within our Gender Pay Gap Reporting.

As you will see from the figures we employ more females than males, which is surprising as the contracting market has always been heavily male-dominated.

As most contractors source their own work or go through a recruitment agency, Umbrella Company UK has little involvement in the rates that are agreed prior to commencing their employment with us.

The statement confirms that the published information is accurate at the time of publishing.

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