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Colten Care Ltd
Gender Pay Report 2018
Under new legislation all UK employers with more than 250 employees are required to publish their gender pay gap to show the difference between average men’s pay and average women’s pay.
Gender Pay Figures
The information below shows our mean and median pay gaps, the bonus pay gap, the proportion of men and women in each quartile pay band, and the proportions of our employees who received a bonus in the year to 5th April 2018.
Pay and Bonus Gap
Gender Pay Gap
Proportion of employees receiving a bonus
Proportion of men and women in each Quartile Band
Lower Middle Quartile
Upper Middle Quartile
Understanding the Gender Pay Gap
Colten Care Ltd has 1419 female employees (80.1%) and 352 male employees (19.9%). The proportion of women employed compared to men is broadly representative of the health and care sector as a whole. The company applies equal pay across each of its job groups. Despite a disparity in numbers of male and female employees the median pay gap of 0.8% and the mean pay gap of 7.0% is significantly lower than the ONS mean pay gap of 17.9%.
A slightly smaller proportion of women than men work in positions where a bonus was payable in April 2018. However, there are far fewer men (15) than women (48) that received a bonus at the census date. The reason for the bonus pay gap is statistical, being due to a small change in the number of men who received a bonus and the bonus payments made at the mean and median rates.
The proportion of women and men across the pay quartiles is reasonably even, except for the Upper Middle Quartile where the proportion of women increases to 85.8% (against the overall average of 80.1%), and in the Upper Quartile where the proportion of men increases to 26.8% (against the overall average of 19.9%). At the census date there was a higher proportion of men in trades’ positions and in technical support functions, such as IT, Property and Facilities Management.
Colten Care Ltd has policies and initiatives in place which demonstrate a continuing commitment to equality.
I confirm the data reported is accurate.
Director of Human Resources
3rd April 2019