Thirteen's gender pay gap report published

Thirteen has published its first gender pay gap report.

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28 Mar 2018

As we employ more than 250 staff members, we are required by law to publish details of our mean and median gender pay gap as well as providing a breakdown of the percentage of male and female employees in each layer of the organisation each year.

As well as providing a breakdown of the percentage of male and female employees in each layer of the organisation each year, the report provides details of our mean and median gender pay gap.

While our gender pay figures are healthy within our sector and in comparison to the national picture, we are focused on what we can do to improve gender equality, which will help attract people to work for us in the future.

We will use the information from our gender pay figures to develop a strategy to address our gender pay gap. This will look at our equality, talent management, pay, reward, recruitment and retention processes and policies - the main aim will be to tackle the gender imbalances in our workforce where we have identified them.

You can download a copy of the full report here.