All organisations with more than 250 staff report their gender pay gaps to the Equalities Commission.
This second set of data has enabled us to see if the organisation has changed in the last 12 months, and we have benchmarked our data against a range of similar organisations.
You can read the summary of our 2019 report here.
The Richmond Fellowship median pay for 2019 is showing a pay gap across the whole organisation, with male hourly pay 4.54% more than female.
The Richmond Fellowship Gender Pay Gap has increased compared to 2017 due to the new data set including contractual allowances and the impact of salary sacrifice schemes.
At 4.54%, Richmond Fellowship’s mean gender pay gap is significantly lower than for the whole economy and for our sector.
We undertake wider diversity monitoring, eg workforce representation, learning attendance by diversity groups etc as part of our wider commitment under Investors in Diversity.
As an organisation Richmond Fellowship is committed to equal opportunities for all and will continue to ensure that our organisational values and people related services are reflecting this.