While the government has suspended the deadline for reporting the year 2018/2019, due to the coronavirus crisis, PIB has chosen to release its is report and we have also uploaded our data to the government website.
The Gender Pay Gap is a government initiative and an annual requirement where business leaders must publish high-level data on pay within their organisation to show the pay difference in the average pay between all men and women. Organisations across the UK which employ 250 or more people would have been required to report basic data from a ‘snapshot’ date of 5 April 2019.
This is PIB’s third annual report and we welcome the opportunity to reflect on our journey to improving the gender balance at all levels of our organisation. At the same time, we’re delighted to be able to share the progress and tangible actions that have been delivered as part of our long-term plan.
Our acquisitive model means that we continuously absorb new historical data and working practices which directly impact our reporting each year. However, we are pleased to report that there has been a small improvement in our scores and since taking the snapshot of data, we have gained more momentum with a number of initiatives and measures.
Our report explains:
- companies and functions included in PIB’s latest report, when we took a snapshot of data in April 2019
- gender pay gap figures
- achievements to date, including case-studies with some of our people
- further commitments and activities on our roadmap to success
We confirm that the data contained in this report is accurate and look forward to sharing our progress..
Fiona Andrews, Chief People Officer for PIB Group.