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We have now published our second Gender Pay Gap Report; we are delighted to show a reduction in the mean and median gender pay gaps, and to highlight some of the key developments and ongoing projects that are in place to ensure everyone, regardless of their background, race, ethnicity or gender, has an equal opportunity to thrive in our organisation.


The figures still show that there are gaps, but we firmly believe that our gender pay gap is not about us paying men or women differently for the same or equivalent work. It is, however, due to the nature of our business and the predominantly male workforce in our industry, the roles in which men and women work, and the salaries that these roles attract.