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Gender pay Gap Information

We are obliged to publish Gender Pay Gap information. Data for pay information is taken from the pay period in which 5th April falls, data for bonus information is taken from the twelve months preceding that date.


We are not obliged to publish Gender Pay Gap information for the year 2019 / 20 due to the Coronavirus crisis but have calculated it anyway and will publish it. Data for pay information is taken from the pay period in which 5th April falls, data for bonus information is taken from the twelve months preceding that date.

The information we will need to report comprises the following:

  1. Mean Gender Pay Gap
  2. Median Gender Pay Gap
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap
  4. Median Bonus Pay Gap
  5. Proportion of Males Receiving a Bonus Payment
  6. Proportion of Females Receiving a Bonus Payment
  7. Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

Figures for 2019 / 20

Mean Gender Pay Gap

Based on an average female hourly wage of £15.60 and an average male wage of £15.60 our mean gender pay gap is 0.00%

Median Gender Pay Gap

Based on a median female wage of £15.60 and a median male wage of £15.60 our median gender pay gap is 0.00%

Bonus Gender Pay Gaps

Males and Females Receiving Bonus Payments in the twelve months preceding the 5th April 2020


Of 212 male employees 178 received bonus payments

Of 112 female employees 99 received bonus payments


  1. Mean Female Bonus £327.40
  2. Mean Male Bonus £335.53
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap = 2.42%

Median Bonus Pay Gap

Based on a median male bonus of £423.75 and a median female bonus of £392.17 our median gender pay gap is 7.45%

Proportions of Males & Females Receiving Bonus Payments

  1. Males = 83.96%
  2. Females = 88.39%

Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

  Male Total Female Total Overall Total Male Percentage Female Percentage
Lower Quartile 55 27 82 67.07% 32.93%
Lower Middle Quartile 55 27 82 67.07% 32.93%
Upper Middle Quartile 56 27 83 67.47% 32.53%
Upper Quartile 56 28 84 66.67% 33.33%

Statement:

I confirm that this statement is accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Nick Roebuck, Suma Services Compliance

Notes: Gender pay gap reporting is calculated on ordinary hourly pay received in the relevant pay period.

We are obliged to publish Gender Pay Gap information for the year 2018 / 19. Data for pay information is taken from the pay period in which 5th April falls, data for bonus information is taken from the twelve months preceding that date.

The information we will need to report comprises the following:

  1. Mean Gender Pay Gap
  2. Median Gender Pay Gap
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap
  4. Median Bonus Pay Gap
  5. Proportion of Males Receiving a Bonus Payment
  6. Proportion of Females Receiving a Bonus Payment
  7. Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

Figures for 2018 / 19

Mean Gender Pay Gap

Based on an average female hourly wage of £15.60 and an average male wage of £15.60 our mean gender pay gap is 0.00%

Median Gender Pay Gap

Based on a median female wage of £15.60 and a median male wage of £15.60 our median gender pay gap is 0.00%

Bonus Gender Pay Gaps

Males and Females Receiving Bonus Payments in the twelve months preceding the 5th April 2019


Of 198 male employees 0 received bonus payments

Of 119 female employees 0 received bonus payments


  1. Mean Female Bonus £0.00
  2. Mean Male Bonus £0.00
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap = 0%

Median Bonus Pay Gap

Based on a median male bonus of £0.00 and a median female bonus of £0.00 our median gender pay gap is 0.00%

Proportions of Males & Females Receiving Bonus Payments

  1. Males = 0.00%
  2. Females = 0.00%

Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

  Male Total Female Total Overall Total Male Percentage Female Percentage
Lower Quartile 51 28 78 66% 34%
Lower Middle Quartile 50 28 77 64% 36%
Upper Middle Quartile 50 28 77 64% 36%
Upper Quartile 50 28 77 64% 36%

It’s worth noting that the top two quartiles and 60% of the lower middle quartile are all on the same wage; that of a five day worker.

Statement:

I confirm that this statement is accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Nick Roebuck, Suma Services Compliance

Notes: Gender pay gap reporting is calculated on ordinary hourly pay received in the relevant pay period.

We are obliged to publish Gender Pay Gap information for the year 2017 / 18. Data for pay information is taken from the pay period in which 5th April falls, data for bonus information is taken from the twelve months preceding that date.

The information we will need to report comprises the following:

  1. Mean Gender Pay Gap
  2. Median Gender Pay Gap
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap
  4. Median Bonus Pay Gap
  5. Proportion of Males Receiving a Bonus Payment
  6. Proportion of Females Receiving a Bonus Payment
  7. Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

Figures for 2017 / 18

Mean Gender Pay Gap

Based on an average female hourly wage of £15.60 and an average male wage of £15.60 our mean gender pay gap is 0.00%

Median Gender Pay Gap

Based on a median female wage of £15.60 and a median male wage of £15.60 our median gender pay gap is 0.00%

Bonus Gender Pay Gaps

Males and Females Receiving Bonus Payments in the twelve months preceding the 5th April 2018

Of 163 male employees 0 received bonus payments

Of 90 female employees 0 received bonus payments

  1. Mean Female Bonus £0.00
  2. Mean Male Bonus £0.00
  3. Mean Bonus Pay Gap = 0%

Median Bonus Pay Gap

Based on a median male bonus of £0.00 and a median female bonus of £0.00 our median gender pay gap is 0.00%

Proportions of Males & Females Receiving Bonus Payments

  1. Males = 0.00%
  2. Females = 0.00%

Proportion of Males & Females in Each Quartile Band

  Male Total Female Total Overall Total Male Percentage Female Percentage
Lower Quartile 41 22 63 65.1% 34.9%
Lower Middle Quartile 41 22 63 65.1% 34.9%
Upper Middle Quartile 41 22 63 65.1% 34.9%
Upper Quartile 42 22 63 65.1% 34.4%

It’s worth noting that the top two quartiles and 2/3 of the lower middle quartile are all on the same wage; that of a five day worker.

Notes: Gender pay gap reporting is calculated on ordinary hourly pay received in the relevant pay period.