Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

Signature Senior Lifestyle Operations Limited is committed to ensuring equitable pay irrespective of gender for employees undertaking the same roles within each of its homes.

As a result, from 2017, employers with more than 250 employees are legally obliged to publish their gender pay gap data on their website and report this data to the government. The specific calculations are as follows:

  • Mean gender pay gap in hourly pay;
  • The median gender pay gap in hourly pay;
  • Mean bonus gender pay gap;
  • Median bonus gender pay gap;
  • The proportion of males and females receiving a bonus payment; and
  • The proportion of males and females in each quartile

Data for Signature Senior Lifestyle Operations Limited as follows:

Mandatory Gender Pay Report 2020

Hourly Rates of Pay:

  • The mean gender pay gap is 7.6%.

This is significantly below the figure for organisations in the same sector and significantly below the figure for organisations in the same industry.

  • The median gender pay gap for is 8.5%

Again, this is significantly below the figure for organisations in the same sector and significantly below the figure for organisations in the same industry.

Male (£) Female (£) Difference – £ / %
Mean £14.02 £12.95 £1.06 per hour / 7.6%
Median £12.25 £11.21 £1.04 per hour / 8.5%

 

Bonus Pay for 12 Months:

The mean gender bonus gap is 20%

This is significantly below the figure for organisations in the same sector and significantly below the figure for organisations in the same industry. Compared to the prior year the mean gender bonus gap has decreased by 6.7 percentage points.

  • The median gender bonus gap is 0.0%.
Male (£) Female (£) Difference – £ / %
Mean £1,438.54 £1,150.83 £287.71/ 20%
Median £500.00 £500.00 £0.00 / 0.0%

 

Employees who received bonus pay:

Gender The Proportion of Total Employees (%)
Male 15.8%
Female 25.1%

 

Employees by quartile pay bands:

Quartile Proportion of Males in Quartile (%) Proportion of Females in Quartile (%)
Includes all employees whose standard hourly rate places them in the upper quartile 26.2% 73.8%
Includes all employees whose standard hourly rate places them in the upper middle quartile 18.0% 82.0%
Includes all employees whose standard hourly rate places them in the lower middle quartile 17.4% 82.6%
Includes all employees whose standard hourly rate places them in the lower quartile 17.7% 82.3%

 

I, Aidan Roche, Chief Executive, confirm that the information provided in this statement is accurate.