Gender pay gap
Gender pay gap reporting
Perform voluntarily chooses to carry out Gender pay gap reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017. This involves carrying out six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation. It does not involve publishing individual employees data. We choose to publish the results on our own website and a government website. We will do this within one calendar year of April 5th each year.
On this page, we share our gender pay gap data for the 12 months to April 2018. The figures include the pay data for 232 Perform employees.
Gender pay gap
The gender pay gap measures the difference between men and women’s average pay within an organisation regardless of their role or work level. The figures below show our gender pay gap as a percentage in both median and mean hourly pay. A positive figure indicates that, on average, men are paid more than women. A negative figure indicates that, on average, women are paid more than men.
|DESCRIPTION||GENDER PAY GAP|
|Mean (average) pay||-35.6%|
|Median (midpoint) pay||0%|
The figures below show the gender balance within each of our pay quartiles for 2018. Within each of the quartiles, there is an equal number of employees ranging from Quartile 1 which includes the lowest paid to Quartile 4 which includes the highest paid.
|Upper middle quartile||19.6%||80.4%|
|Lower middle quartile||23.5%||76.5%|
Gender bonus gap
The figures below show the percentage of men and women who received a bonus payment as well as the percentage difference in bonus amount for the year ending 5 April 2018.
|Employees who received a bonus||15.1%||9.5%|
|DESCRIPTION||GENDER BONUS GAP|
|Mean (average) bonus||10.4%|
|Median (midpoint) bonus||-1603.7%|