Gender Pay Gap Data
· Women’s hourly rate is 20.8% lower (mean) and 11.3% lower (median).
· Top salary quartile has 25.7% men and 74.3% women
· Upper middle salary quartile has 13.7% men and 86.3% women
· Lower middle salary quartile has 6.9% men and 93.1% women
· Lower salary quartile has 11.8% men and 88.2% women
· Women’s bonus pay is 17% higher (mean) and 0% lower (median)
· 11.9% of men and 6.6% of women received bonus pay
Gender Pay reporting is not the same as equal pay. CCH is an equal pay employer. There is no difference in rates of pay paid to male and female staff doing the same role. The published figures relate to a ‘snapshot of staff rates in April 2017 and ignore what roles people are in. In CCH, only about 1 in 7 staff are male. Of the male staff, several are managers including the General Manager and Assistant.
There is a mix of male and female managers/deputies across our homes. The figures use hourly rates of pay and so the hourly rates of pay for males include calculated hourly rates of pay for managers. As the overall number of males is relatively very small, these greatly skew the figures.
The only bonuses generally paid by CCH are Long Service Awards (LSAs) which happen to be paid in April. Long Service Awards are not affected by gender.