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|The difference in mean hourly pay between male and female employees||as at April 18|
|The difference in mean hourly pay between male and female employees||27.97%|
|The difference in median hourly pay between male and female employees||24.96%|
|The difference in mean bonus pay between male and female relevant employees||79.73%|
|The difference in median bonus pay between male and female relevant employees||38.14%|
|The proportion of male relevant employees who receive bonus pay||80%|
|The proportion of female relevant employees who receive bonus pay||32%|
|The proportions of male and female relevant employees according to quartile hourly pay bands are given below:|
|Hourly Rate||Upper Quartile||Upper Middle Quartile||Lower Middle Quartile||Lower Quartile|
|Number of Male Employees||100%||100%||96%||78%|
|Number of Female Employees||0%||0%||4%||22%|
|Number of Employees||100%||100%||100%||100%|
The data from our 2019 report has been submitted to the UK Government website in line with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.
As an industry, we naturally attract more males to our Company than females.
Our current employee’s average length of service is 11 years, spanning from a few months to 49 years.
As a Director of Ernest Doe & Sons Ltd, I confirm that the above information is accurate and reports a true picture of the Gender Pay Gap within our organisation as at April 2018.
Colin E. Doe