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MyPay Gender Pay Gap Report 2017-18

We are an employer required by law to carry out Gender Pay Reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

This involves carrying out six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation; it will not involve publishing individual employees data.

We are required to publish the results on our own website and a government website and have done this within one calendar year of April 5th 2018.

We can use these results to assess:

The challenge in our organisation and across Great Britain is to eliminate any gender pay gap.

Further details about how we intend to tackle our gender pay gap can be found by talking to your account manager

You can learn more about Gender Pay Reporting by visiting

The results of our Gender Pay Gap Reporting are shown below with the previous years figures for comparison:-


Mean gender pay gap7.5%-11.4%
Median gender pay gap2.0%-21.9%
Mean bonus gender pay gap13.3%10.4%
Median bonus gender pay gap5.6%-110.4%
Proportion of males receiving a bonus99.6%96.3%
Proportion of females receiving a bonus99.8%99.5%

Pay Quartile 2017-18 2016-17
Males Females Males Females
Quartile 1 (lowest quartile)33.1%66.9%67.2%32.8%
Quartile 224.3%75.7%44.3%55.7%
Quartile 326.0%74.0%21.3%78.7%
Quartile 4 (highest quartile)36.7%63.3%41.0%59.0%

Please note that in the figures for 'mean' and 'median' calculations a postive value indicates that typically or overall, female employees have a lower pay or bonus than male employees. A negative value indicates that typically or overall, female employees have a higher pay or bonus than male employees. These figures are for MyPay LTD and MyPay PSC LTD.

You can see our figures for last year's Gender Pay Report by clicking MyPay Gender Pay Gap Report 2016-17.

Supporting Statement

As a company we do not discriminate when taking on employees or establishing pay rates. Currently we have more female employees than male, but this is not due to any company policy or process and the mix will vary from year to year.

Last year's figures showed that in most of the calculations female employees were generally doing better than male employees. In this year's figures male employees have generally fared better than female employees. There has been no change in company policy to explain this change and we believe it is solely down to the large increase in employees during the year. We have almost doubled the number of male employees and the number of female employees is almost 3.5 times the number from the previous year.

Female employees form some of our highest earners and the percentage of females in the highest quartile has slightly increased since last year.

All of our employees are eligible for bonuses and almost all received them.

Our company will continue to persue a policy of treating male and female employees equally.

I confirm that the figures given are accurate and are calculated in accordance with the regulations.

Stephen Hollins Director MyPay LTD & MyPay PSC LTD

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