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Gender pay gap

Gender pay gap

New gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to measure how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees.

The measurement must be taken each year - on 31 March for public sector organisations and 5 April for other employers - and must be made public.

The images below show you the main figures at 31 March 2017, but you can read full details in the report, which you can download below.

Gender pay gap at a glance

Gender pay gap average percentages in favour of men


 Gender pay gap bonus payments


 Gender pay gap bonus pay in favour of men

This information is also reported on the Government’s gender pay gap portal and will be available for a period of at least three years.

Gender pay gap report 2017 (pdf 74 KB)

Last updated on 11 April 2018