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NEL publishes 2018 gender pay gap report

All organisations within the United Kingdom with more than 250 employees have been required since April 2017 to publish details of their gender pay gap. The specific requirements of the Equality Act 2010 Act (Gender Pay Gap Regulations) 2017 are to publish information for the six specific measures detailed in this report.

Since our last pay gap report we have focused on inclusive recruitment, ensured that our new talent management and development programme is inclusive and fully representative of our organisation. These have been successful as we have almost halved our mean gender pay gap, from 6.1 to 3.4 per cent.

Claire Gooday, Our Executive Director of People said “Since our last pay gap report we have taken bold steps; we have focused on inclusive recruitment, ensured that our new talent management and development programme “Building the Talent” is inclusive and fully representative of our organisation, and the recently launched NEL Winning Together culture programme. Our action plan for the year ahead will build on and maintain our progress, weaving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion through all we do at NEL as we continue to be a partner to the wider health and social care system.”

At NEL, we are committed to being a great place to work for all of our people. The gender pay gap report is just one way for us to understand the impact of our diversity and inclusion work. Our action plan for the year ahead will build on and maintain our progress, weaving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion through all we do at NEL as we continue to be a partner to the wider health and social care system.

The report and action plan are available on our website here.

2019-06-04T11:08:40+00:00 April 2nd, 2019|Equality, Diversity and Identity, News, news and views|