This report outlines our results on Gender Pay Gap. As outlined in the recent legislation, the calculations have
been done on people employed on a snapshot date of April 2017.
The pay gaps reported are driven from the fact that there is a greater proportion of male employees in the more
senior and well-paid positions and also those roles that tend to attract higher bonuses such as Sales Executives
and Technicians. As can be seen from the figures above, we have made strides in recent years to increase the
number of females in these roles and will continue to do so.
Pay gap differences do not indicate an equal pay issue, separate to this reporting requirement we constantly
check and maintain pay equality of equivalent jobs to ensure that pay and bonus payments are fair to all.
there is disparity of pay in the same job, this is due to levels of skill, qualification and experience rather than any
other contributing factor.
The information below relates to the total employees in the Sinclair Group.
The Mean Pay Gap shows the percentage difference in average pay between males and females when you look at hourly rate plus bonus pay.
The Median Pay Gap is the midpoint between the highest and lowest paid again showing the percentage difference males and females.
These figures were calculated for pay during April 2017.