Gender pay gap
This page explains what the gender pay gap is, why we have one and what we are doing to reduce it.
Gender pay gap
Greenfields Community Housing is committed to fair pay irrespective of gender. We will continue to do all we can to support our communities in promoting equality in all aspects of our work.
We recognise that at Greenfields we have a gender pay gap. Our gender pay gap is above the UK average gender pay gap (8.6%) but it is lower than the previous year.
Greenfields’ gender pay gap does not stem from paying men and women differently for the same or equivalent work, but rather it is due to females
being under-represented at the more senior levels at the time of reporting.
We now have a female CEO, and the proportion of females in leadership roles has already increased from when we gathered this report’s data.
We are dedicated to reducing the gender pay gap. The following are the activities already being undertaken to further improve equality and reduce the gender pay gap in Greenfields:
- We ensure development opportunities are identified and available for women and all under-represented groups (under Diversity & Inclusion
- We are monitoring talent programmes to ensure women are represented accordingly
Beyond gender, we are committed to ensuring we are a diverse and inclusive employer. We aim for our workforce to be reflective of the communities we work in and to maintain and benefit from the different perspectives our employees offer.
Please see the infographic below or read the report by clicking on the link in the Supporting Documents box.
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