Gender Pay Gap Report 2023
We are pleased to share CREGG Labour Solutions Ltd updated Gender Pay Gap Report for 2023. The Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 requires organisations with over 250 employees to report on their hourly gender pay gap across a range of metrics.
As a recruitment agency, we are required to include our temporary workforce as well as our permanent employees. A gender pay gap which is positive indicates that, on average across the employed population, women are in a less favourable position than men. Where the gender pay gap is negative, this indicates the reverse – that, on average, men are in a less favourable position than women.
Therefore, these are our Gender Pay Gap figures for 2023.
Pay Gap Calculations
The overall Pay Gap in hourly rates between male and female permanent staff is as follows:
The overall Pay Gap in hourly rates between male and female temporary staff is as follows:
The pay rates for these employees are set by our clients, and they are based on the role and the shift type they are employed for.
The image below shows the gender distribution when colleagues are placed into four equally sized quartiles based on pay.
4.63% of male employees received a paid bonus. 5.25% of female employees received a paid bonus.
1.23% of male employees received paid Benefits in Kind. 0.62% of female employees received paid Benefits in Kind.
Overall, CREGG Labour Solutions has a gender spilt of 71% male 29% female.
In summary CREGG Labour Solutions offer all employees across the organisation with the same opportunities for progression, career development and recognition in an environment that is fair and equal.
We stride towards providing an equal opportunity for all those across the organisation We will continue to review and monitor this to ensure we maintain this going forward.