Gender Pay Gap

Employers with 250 or more employees are required to publish gender pay gap information from 2018, based on data from April 2017.

This report has been prepared in line with the requirements set out in The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap information)

Regulations 2017:

Billington Foodservice

Gender Pay Report 2017

Snap Shot Date: 5 April 2017

Bakery
Mean Gender Pay Gap – Ordinary Pay: 1.60%
Median Gender Pay Gap – Ordinary Pay : 2.50%
Bonus Pay Difference – Mean 0%
Bonus Pay Difference – Median 0%
Percentage Of Employees who received Bonus Pay Male : 0% Female : 0%
Lower Quartile Male : 36.9% Female : 63.1%
Lower Middle Quartile Male : 62.5% Female : 37.5%
Upper Middle Quartile Male : 60.7% Female : 39.3%
Upper Quartile Male : 57.2% Female : 42.8%
Kitchen
Mean Gender Pay Gap – Ordinary Pay: -6.44%
Median Gender Pay Gap – Ordinary Pay : -9.88%
Mean Gender Pay Gap – Bonus pay in the 12 months ending 5 April 2017: 0%
Median Gender Pay Gap – Bonus pay in the 12 months ending 5 April 2017: 0%
Proportion of Male and Female employees paid a bonus in the 12 months ending 5 April 2017 Male : 0% Female: 0%
Lower Quartile Male: 61.29% Female: 38.71%%
Lower Middle Quartile Male : 80.95% Female: 38.71%
Upper Middle Quartile Male : 79.37% Female : 20.63%
Upper Quartile Male : 61.90% Female : 38.10%

 

We believe that Billington Foodservice 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 and has been calculated using the standard methodologies set out in the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.