Gender Pay Gap

What is the Gender Pay Gap?

Asendia UK Ltd is fully compliant with all relevant legislation and wholly committed in our duty to report our Gender Pay Gap findings for the year end 2020.

As outlined by the Government, the Gender Pay Gap is an analysis of the difference between the average (mean or median) earnings of men and women across a workforce. From 2017, employers who have 250 or more employees on a selected date each year must comply with regulations on gender pay gap reporting.

Gender pay gap calculations are based on employer payroll data drawn from the specific date each year. The directive is to include the snapshot date of 5th April 2020.

Summary of the gender pay gap report:

1. Percentage of men and women in each hourly pay quarter

     

 

Upper hourly pay quarter

%

M

41

56.16

F

32

43.84

Total

73

 

 

Upper middle hourly pay quarter

%

M

32

44.44

F

40

55.56

Total

72

 

 

Lower middle hourly pay quarter

%

M

26

35.62

F

47

64.38

Total

73

 

 

Lower hourly pay quarter

%

M

24

33.33

F

48

66.67

Total

72

 

 

2. Mean (average) gender pay gap using hourly pay
    Asendia UK Ltd's mean (average) gender pay gap is 24.88%.

3. Median gender pay gap using hourly pay
    Asendia UK Ltd median gender pay gap using hourly pay is 20.12%

4. Percentage of men and women receiving bonus pay
    The percentage of men who received bonus pay is 93.01%
    The percentage of women who received bonus pay 95.24%

5. Mean (average) gender pay gap using bonus pay
    The mean gender pay gap using bonus pay figure is 36.09%

6. Median gender pay gap using bonus pay
    The median gender pay gap using bonus pay figure 41.97%

We believe that Asendia UK Ltd has used its best endeavours to provide an accurate picture of its gender pay gap. The figures set out above are based on accurate payroll data supplied by the Asendia UK LTD and have been calculated using the standard methodologies set it up the Equality Act 2021 (Gender Pay Gap Information).