Gender pay gap data measures the average difference in earnings between men and women across organisations. It should not be confused with equal pay, which assesses any differences between men and women carrying out the same job, similar jobs or work of equal value. Our results are reflective of the representation of females in our organisation. Like many engineering and technology companies we have fewer women than men working in our organisation. With the reporting of our gender pay gap figures, we reaffirm our commitment to the four areas outlined below. The more we do, the more this should contribute to the gender pay gap being reduced over time.
> Sustained high performance is rewarded as part of our high-performance culture
> We enable diversity, inclusion, well-being and flexible working
> We recruit and promote for potential, rather than like-for-like experience
> An inclusive approach to family leave and work-life balance to recruit and retain best talent
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