We welcome the opportunity to share gender pay gap information for Medacs Healthcare, as it will help us have more meaningful conversations with our people and our customers about equality, diversity and inclusion.
Medacs Healthcare has an overall median pay gap of 22.79%. For our permanent employee workforce, we have a mean pay gap of 21.5%. This is as a result of Males being paid on average more than Females. Women occupy a large proportion of the lower pay quartiles in this years’ calculations in contrast to men, giving a gap.
Of the people included in the calculations, 55.4% are temporary workers and their pay is fixed by our customers. In the interests of full disclosure, we have also chosen to provide an analysis of our permanent UK employees.
Among our people our median gender pay gap decreases to 7.12%. We pay men and women equally for the roles they do, the gender pay gaps reflect the demographic make-up of our workforce in each category. We have more women than men in every pay quartile, however, males in the more senior quartiles on average are paid higher than females.
We have made good progress with diversity and inclusion at Medacs Healthcare and understanding our gender pay gap drives us to do more. We are committed to improving the gender balance of our senior management, which is key to tackling our gender pay gap.
We are investing in a range of initiatives to bring about change and this report outlines more detail about what we are undertaking as part of a broader focus on creating a more inclusive workplace.
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