Gender pay gap reporting 2020

Orange Business Services Holdings UK Limited data for 2020

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

UK legislation on gender pay gap reporting, effective 4 April 2018, states that all employers with more than 250 employees must publish statutory calculations each year to indicate the size of the pay gap between male and female employees.

Please find below the data for Orange Business Services Holdings UK Limited for 2020.

Summary

Eligible population: 469

  • Women’s hourly rate is 14.6% lower (mean) and 20.2% lower (median)
  • Top salary quartile has 85% men and 15% women
  • Upper middle salary quartile has 76% men and 24% women
  • Lower middle salary quartile has 73% men and 27% women
  • Lower salary quartile has 60% men and 40% women
  • Women’s bonus pay is 11.8% lower (mean) and 21.3% lower (median)
  • 98.3% of men and 97.6% of women received bonus pay

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