As an employer, The Myers Group is required by Law to carry out Gender Pay Reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.
The requirements for Gender Pay Gap reporting involves reporting on six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation. No individual employee data is published.
We are required to publish our data on our website and a government website.
Mean pay gap 4%
Median pay gap 6%
Mean bonus gap 79%
Median bonus gap 15%
Proportion of employees who received bonus pay 2% Female 3% Male
Proportion of different genders in the lower quartile 25% Female 75% Male
Proportion of different genders in the lower middle quartile 10% Female 90% Male
Proportion of different genders in the upper middle quartile 10% Female 90% Male
Proportion of different genders in the upper quartile 9% Female 91% Male
The Myers Group is passionate about fairness and equality and are confident that men and women in the same roles are paid fairly and that pay is not influenced by gender.
Whilst the Myers Group’s pay gap is less than the national average, the Company remains committed to reducing the pay gap, and in particular by encouraging women into the higher paid roles in what is a male dominated sector.
Katie Berry – Director