First Class Supply Gender Pay Gap Report: Published 11th March 2022
At First Class Supply we are committed to equal treatment of all employees regardless of their gender.
We provide employment for members of staff in a variety of roles and the amount of employees in specific roles have a significant impact on our figures.
As a company gender is never a factor when determining pay, the only consideration is employee experience level, qualifications and the job specification.
Some roles are paid more than others, for example Teachers are paid more than Teaching Assistants.
Therefore the percentage of Female/Male Teaching Assistants or Teachers working during the snapshot period affects the average pay of the respective genders.
This is influenced by the demand from clients and the availability of employees.
We have found for a long period of time that we have very few Male Teaching Assistants requesting to join our team in comparison to the amount of Female Teaching Assistants who come to join us.
A high percentage of our Teaching Assistant roles are therefore undertaken by Female employees.
We believe these factors are what contribute to the gender pay gap reported in our figures below.
First Class Supply is a Female run company currently with experienced Female recruitment consultants. We are confident that our gender pay gap is not caused by Men and Women being paid differently to do the same job.
First Class Supply Gender Pay Gap Data:
- Women’s hourly rate is 15.7% lower (mean) and 27.2% lower (median)
- Top salary quartile has 30% men and 70% women
- Upper middle salary quartile has 24% men and 76% women
- Lower middle salary quartile has 16% men and 84% women
- Lower salary quartile has 6% men and 94% women
- Women’s bonus pay is 1840.8% higher (mean) and 1449.7% higher (median)
- 0.9% of men and 1.1% of women received bonus pay
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