At Oxford Archaeology, Health and Safety is at the heart of everything we do – it’s part of our culture and embedded in all aspects of our work. 

We strive to undertake all our archaeological services to a high intellectual and quality standard and are committed to delivering professional services that meet or exceed our clients’ needs and expectations. 

We are committed to reduce the negative impacts of our activities upon the environment and make conscientious protection of the environment an integral part of our working practices. 

Gender Pay Gap

Since April 2017, all companies with 250 or more employees have been required to publish their gender pay gap annually. Oxford Archaeology’s gender pay gap data measures the differences in the average (or mean) and median hourly pay for males and females within the organisation (regardless of individual roles) and the results are expressed relative to male earnings.

Employers are required to disclose the distribution of gender by splitting their workforce into four groups based on their pay and showing the proportion of men and women in each group. 

These are the figures for April 2023. 

Table showing our gender pay gap to April 2023