The Gender Pay Gap 2019 (Snapshot 5 April 2018)
Women’s mean hourly rate is 18.1% (2017: 20.2%)lower than men’s
Women’s median hourly rate is 14.8% (2017: 12.1%) lower than men’s
Who received a bonus
6% (2017: 6%) of women
9% (2017: 10%) of men
Difference in bonus pay
Women’s mean bonus pay is 72.9% (2017: 87.3%) lower than men’s
Women’s median bonus pay is 4.7% (2017: 133.3%) higher than men’s
The proportion of male and females in our business is 81.2% (2017:79.5%) male and 18.8% (2017:20.5%) female.
Overall males represent a higher proportion of the workforce across each of the four quartiles, as shown in the table above.
Duerr’s is a family run business, with heritage dating back to 1881, and is now represented by the 5th generation. The Duerr family members employed in the business are all male and hold senior roles which are represented in the upper quartile.
Duerr’s have a higher proportion of males than females in the upper quartile, with the latter occupying a third of the roles at senior management level.
All comparable hourly paid roles are paid the same regardless of gender.
The average and median numbers which the Government requires companies to report, do not take into account the normal differences that occur in market pay rates for different roles, specialisms or professions which exist within businesses. It is also worth noting that the numbers reported will always reflect performance, development progression, experience or role grading, all of which may influence an individual’s pay, regardless of gender.