Gender Pay Gap Report

Under legislation that came into force in April 2017, UK employers with more than 250 employees are required to publish their gender pay gap revealing average pay information for men and women.

The gender pay gap measures the difference between men and women’s average hourly pay across the organisation, regardless of job.  This is different to ‘equal pay’ which means that men and women who carry out the same or similar job roles must be paid the same.

Signature Senior Lifestyle Operations Limited embraces these regulations as they lead to greater transparency and encourage action to reduce the gender pay gap which can be evidenced in our results below.

I confirm that the information provided in this statement is accurate.

Our Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Results are as follows:

Signature Senior Lifestyle Operations Limited

As at 5th April 2022 our mean gender pay gap at Signature is 6.1% and median gender pay gap is 8.1% which are both significantly lower than the UK average.

Hourly rate of pay

Male (£) Female (£) Difference – £ / %
Mean £13.85 £13.01 6.1%
Median £11.95 £10.98 8.1%


The mean bonus pay gap is 9.6%.  This is an improvement from the previous year and the gap has narrowed by 5.2%.

There has been no change to the median bonus pay gap which remains at 0%.

Bonus pay for 12 months

Male (£) Female (£) Difference – £ / %
Mean £1,753.85 £1,585.90 9.6%
Median £500.00 £500.00 0.0%


Employees who received bonus pay

Gender Total number of employees Number who received bonus pay The Proportion of Total  (%)
Male 519 213 41.0%
Female 2430 1048 43.1%


Employees by quartile pay bands:

Gender Number of males Number of females Total number of employees Proportion of males in quartile (%) Proportion of females in quartile (%)
Upper 185 552 737 25.1% 74.9%
Upper middle 143 594 737 19.4% 80.6%
Lower middle 97 640 737 13.2% 86.8%
Lower 94 644 738 12.7% 87.3%


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