All companies with 250 or more employees are now required to publish their gender pay gap under government legislation.
WDP welcomes the introduction of gender pay gap reporting and what it sets out to achieve. Transparency acts as an affective engine for change and helps us to understand the challenges we face.
Like most organisations, WDP has a gender pay gap and, whilst lower than the national average, WDP is committed to reducing that gap in the short to medium term, with the ultimate long-term goal of eliminating it altogether.
WDP’s overall gender pay gap at 5 April 2017 by mean average was 13.7% and by median average 7.3% in favour of men. This represents the difference between the average salaries of women and men across our total workforce.
For more details and to read our Gender Pay Gap Report, please view the document linked to below.