Gender Pay Gap



What is the Gender Pay Gap?

The Gender Pay Gap is the average hourly earnings of men and women. Under the Equality Act 2010, the UK Government has introduced a new reporting regulation where companies with over 250 employees are required to publish their gender pay gap annually from April 2017.

Asendia UK's Gender Pay Gap

Here at Asendia we ensure our employees are treated equally and we are committed to create a gender balanced workforce. The calculations below are based on 262 employees - 126 males and 136 females, (50 employees less than 2017 duets closure of Kempston site) and we can confirm that these reflect the regulation and are accurate as of April 2019.

Average gender pay gap as a mean average

YearMale AverageFemale AverageGap
2017£21.02£15.00£6.0228.64%
201924%

An improvement of 5% when compared to 2017.


Average gender pay gap as a median average

YearMale MedianFemale MedianGap
2017£9.68£9.640.41%
20197%


Average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average

YearMale AverageFemale AverageGap
2017£4.94£12.00£7.0638%
2019

2019 shows a 15% increase in favour of females.

Average bonus gender pay gap as a median average

Male AverageFemale AverageGap
£11.11£6.49£4.62

2019 shows a 36% increase in favour of females, compared to 2017's 41% in favour of males.

Males receiving bonusFemales receiving bonusGap
26%18%8%
24%20%4%
312 EmployeesProportion of MalesProportion of femalesGap
Group 41 - 78294819F
Group 379 - 15638391F
Group 2157 - 23437403F
Group 1235 - 312473116M


Pay Quartiles

Lower Quartile

Lower Middle Quartile

Lower Upper Quartile

Upper Quartile



Looking at the above result, there are some improvements to make however, in general we can take into account that the majority of senior level staff are males which affects the average pay gap, and the sales team are mainly females which affects the bonus pay gap. We are working towards maintaining a balanced gender pay gap and are making the changes required to continuously improve.