All companies with 250 or more employees are required to publish their gender pay gap. We have now submitted our data for the snapshot date of 5th April 2021 to the government.
Employers must publish the gap in pay between men and women on both a mean basis (comparing average hourly salaries) and a median basis (pay per hour based on the man ‘in the middle’ of the distribution of pay, compared to the woman ‘in the middle’). In addition, employers are required to disclose the distribution of gender by pay quartile – in other words splitting the workforce into four groups based on their pay and showing the proportion of men and women in each group.
The latest report shows that our gender pay gap compares very favourably with that of most other organisations, but it is not perfect, and we are working to improve it. (This is distinct from our duty under the Equal Pay Act, with which OA has always complied.)
Click on the link below to download the latest report:
Oxford Archaeology Gender Pay Gap Report: April 5th 2021
Oxford Archaeology Gender Pay Gap Report: April 5th 2018