GENDER PAY GAP REPORTING
From 2017, any organisation with 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to mens earnings.
Azebra Pay Ltd is an employer required by law to carry out and publish the following six calcula-tions;
• Average gender pay gap as a mean average
• Average gender pay gap as a median average
• Average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average
• Average bonus gender pay gap as a median average
• Proportion of males receiving a bonus payment and proportion of females receiving a bonus payment.
• Proportion of males and females when divided into four groups ordered from lowest to highest hourly rate
Azebra Pay Ltd reporting as of 5th April 2021;
• Difference in hourly rate of pay – mean +2.10% Female
• Difference in hourly rate of pay – median -10.91% Male
• Difference in bonus pay – mean – no figures to report
• Difference in bonus pay – median – no figures to report
• Percentage of employees who received bonus pay – no figures to report
Employees by pay quartile;
Quartile Male % 5 Female %
Lower Quartile 51% 49%
Lower Middle Quartile 59% 41%
Upper Middle Quartile 35% 65%
Upper Quartile 47% 53%
Azebra Pay Ltd is a fully compliant umbrella payroll company. The main function of an umbrel-la payroll company is to employ workers, working on multiple assignments. Azebra Pay does not assist in the sourcing of assignments, the workers use a
recruitment agency to facilitate this service.
Contractors employed by Azebra Pay Ltd negotiate their own rates of pay with their recruitment agency. Azebra Pay Ltd has no influence in deciding a contractor’s rate of pay.
Rates of pay widely range between the different sectors Azebra Pay Ltd contractors work within.