Gender Pay Gap Data

For Snapshot period 5th April 2020
Number Description Figures
1 Difference in hourly rate of pay – mean 28.88 %
2 Difference in hourly rate of pay – median 36.28 %
3 Difference in bonus pay – mean 93.91 %
4 Difference in bonus pay – median 97.91%
MALE FEMALE
5 Percentage of employees who received bonus pay 0.58 % 8.69 %
MALE FEMALE
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Employees by pay quartile

Lower quartile

 

70.10 %

 

29.90 %

Lower middle quartile 85.54 % 15.46 %
Upper middle quartile 97.94 % 2.06 %
Upper quartile 100 % 0%
For Snapshot period 5th April 2019
NOT APPLICABLE – REQUIREMENT SUSPENDED DUE TO PANDEMIC
For Snapshot period 5th April 2018
Number Description Figures
1 Difference in hourly rate of pay – mean 21.88 %
2 Difference in hourly rate of pay – median 13.00 %
3 Difference in bonus pay – mean 69.59 %
4 Difference in bonus pay – median 5.14 %
MALE FEMALE
5 Percentage of employees who received bonus pay 2.23 % 3.41 %
MALE FEMALE
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Employees by pay quartile

Lower quartile

 

95.10 %

 

4.90 %

Lower middle quartile 47.15 % 52.85 %
Upper middle quartile 88.61 % 11.39 %
Upper quartile 97.56 % 2.44%
For Snapshot period 5th April 2017
Number Description Figures
1 Difference in hourly rate of pay – mean 28.68 %
2 Difference in hourly rate of pay – median 31.82 %
3 Difference in bonus pay – mean 91.52 %
4 Difference in bonus pay – median 86.74 %
MALE FEMALE
5 Percentage of employees who received bonus pay 2.72 % 3.53 %
MALE FEMALE
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Employees by pay quartile

Lower quartile

 

85 %

 

15 %

Lower middle quartile 37.90 % 62.10 %
Upper middle quartile 88.30 % 11.70 %
Upper quartile 98.94 % 1.06 %

Alliance Personnel Limited’s gender pay gap figures are a combined collation of our internal (administrative, management & senior level) staff and our externally placed workers on temporary assignments. The larger proportion of these combined figures are for our temporary workers placed out on assignments.

The pay rates of our externally placed temporary workers covers a broad range of sectors, roles, and skills to which pay rates are largely determined by our clients.

Whilst minimum wage is frequently adopted the higher rate element is geared towards skilled sectors where a higher rate is proportionate to suppler demands with specific licenses / accreditations /skill sets and experience.
For both our internal and external workforce Alliance Personnel believes in being a diverse, inclusive, and fair employer. We strive to make all opportunities available to individuals irrespective of gender and promote all individuals to reach their full potential.

I confirm the data reported is accurate for the snapshot period displayed.

Kelly Smith
Director