First Class Supply Gender Pay Gap Report: Published 9th June 2021
At First Class Supply we are committed to equal treatment of all employees regardless of their gender.
Having completed our latest Gender Pay Gap Report we have found women’s mean pay was slightly higher than for men for the first time since the reporting was introduced.
Women’s Median pay was lower and a greater difference than last year.
We provide employment for members of staff in a variety of roles and the amount of employees employed in specific roles has a significant impact on our figures.
This is determined by the level of demand from our clients.
For example the more Male/Female Teaching Assistants we have employed this lowers the average pay. As opposed to if we have more experienced Male/Female Teachers employed this increases the average pay.
This is due to Teaching Assistants having a lower rate of pay than Teachers.
We have found for a long period of time that a much higher percentage of Teaching Assistants who come to join our team are Women.
We believe these factors are what contribute to any gender pay gap reported in our figures.
We are confident that our gender pay gap is not caused by Men and Women being paid differently to do the same job.
As a company we always pay Men and Women of the same experience level the same amount for undertaking the same role.
First Class Supply Gender Pay Gap Data:
- Women’s hourly rate is 2.6% higher (mean) and 19.0% lower (median)
- Top salary quartile has 21% men and 79% women
- Upper middle salary quartile has 29% men and 71% women
- Lower middle salary quartile has 17% men and 83% women
- Lower salary quartile has 15% men and 85% women
- Women’s bonus pay is 13.9% lower (mean) and 40.7% lower (median)
- 1.2% of men and 3.0% of women received bonus pay
Should you have any questions regarding the above, do not hesitate to contact us on 0191 251 5566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org