March 30th, 2021
The 2021 gender and ethnicity pay gap reports are now available on the HR website.
This year sees the 4th annual statutory reporting of the university’s gender pay gaps. The gender report shows a drop in the median gender pay gap for the reporting period April 2019 to March 2020, to 14.8% in favour of male employees. This is a 2.1% drop from 16.9% in the previous year.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Shearer West said: “This annual report provides an opportunity to reflect on our progress towards closing the gender pay gap, but more importantly, it helps us to measure the effect of our actions to date, and determine what more we need to do.”
In addition we are publishing the Universities ethnicity pay gap report for the first time. Although not mandatory, sharing the pay gap between white and BAME staff is a key step towards understanding the gap and developing actions to reduce it.
Full details including how the gap is calculated and actions the university is taking to tackle inequalities are included within the individual reports.
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