Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

Under new laws welcomed by CB Imports Limited, all employers in the UK with 250 or more employees must now report statutory calculations showing the size of their gender pay gap.

The gender pay gap gives a snapshot of the gender balance within an organisation. It measures the difference between the average earnings of all male and female employees, irrespective of their role or seniority. The gender pay gap in the UK is on average of 18.1%.

The gender pay gap does not in any way compare the comparable rate of pay for men and women doing the same work.

I confirm the data reported as accurate.

Sarah Jessica Wragg, Managing Director

Hourly Rate of Pay

Hourly pay for male colleagues was:

5.5% Higher when measured as a mean average for CB Imports Limited

0.4% Higher when measured as a median average for CB Imports Limited

Bonus Pay

60.8% Proportion of females receiving bonus pay

69.2% Proportion of males receiving bonus pay

Bonus pay for male colleagues was:

137% Less when measured by a mean average

0.0% Equal when measured by a median average

Pay Quartiles

The proportion of male and female colleagues in each pay quartile was:

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Quartile Upper % Upper Middle % Lower Middle % Lower Quartile %
Female 53 64 67 56
Male 47 36 33 44