Ross Auto Engineering Limited (trading as Ross Care) currently employs 308 staff of which 232 (75.3%) are men and 76 (24.7%) are women.
All organisations employing over 250 employees are required to publish their Gender Pay Gap (GPG) figures. The GPG looks at the difference in the average pay of men and women within the company. This is different from Equal Pay which is where men and women are paid the same pay for the same work. Ross Care pays all employees who are performing the same role equally, regardless of gender or any other protected characteristics.
Mean and Median GPG
The information detailed below is based on pay data as at 5th April 2018 (snapshot date)
|Difference between men and women|
The average hourly rate for men was 3.2% higher than the average for women. The median difference is 2.3% - this is the percentage difference between the midpoint male hourly rate and the midpoint female hourly rate.
The proportion of males and females within each pay quartile is shown below
|% Within Each Quartile|
|Upper Middle Quartile:||84.8%||15.2%|
|Lower Middle Quartile:||81.8%||18.2%|
Each quartile includes 66 employees.
In the highest quartile, the average hourly rate of pay of women was 0.61% more than men. In the upper middle quartile, the average hourly rate of pay of women was 2.73% more than men. In the lower middle quartile, the average hourly rate of pay of women was 0.05% more than men. In the lower quartile, the average hourly rate of pay of women was 1.90% more than men.
90.5% of men and 95.2% of women received a bonus payment. The average bonus payment for men was £402 and for women was £389. This is a difference of 3.3%. The median bonus payment £30 and for women was £65. This gives a median difference of -116.6%.