Morrison Data Services (MDS), along with over 10,000 large business, published its gender pay gap results on the Government Equality Office website.
The results show that women’s median hourly rate of pay is 3.8% higher than men’s, an encouraging contrast to the average pay gap of 18.4% in favour of men (Office of National Statistics). In other words when comparing median hourly rates, women earn £1.04 for every £1 that men earn. According to figures from the BBC, this places MDS in the band of 14% of businesses, among the likes of Tesla and Mamas and Papas, that pay women more. In real terms, MDS view the results as demonstrating pay equality.
Morrison Data Services is truly committed to ensuring equality of opportunity, progression and achievement for all employees. The gender pay gap report discusses how the gap is calculated and outlines its ongoing commitments to its people.
“Our strong and continued focus on equal opportunities and diversity can be seen in this report. This, our first Gender Pay Gap Report, demonstrates that female employees are an important and respected part of our workforce. However, we must continue to improve and evolve, ensuring that roles profiles are reviewed to effectively make opportunities feasible and attractive to all.” - Simon Best, Managing Director at Morrison Data Services.
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