UK Gender Pay Gap
Schneider Electric has published its 2018 UK gender pay gap data for Schneider Electric Limited and Eurotherm Limited.Read the report
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.
“We are pleased to report considerable progress in narrowing the gender pay gap across the organisation over the course of 2018... In 2019, our focus remains on driving diversity and inclusion initiatives and ensuring that we increase the number of women in senior roles throughout the organisation... We are absolutely committed to building a workplace that provides equal opportunities to everyone.”
Mike Hughes, Zone President UK & Ireland
We are reporting that the gender pay gap with a mean (average) pay gap of 17.66% and a median (middle) pay gap of 27.33%
We are reporting that the gender pay gap with a mean (average) pay gap of 14.99% and a median (middle) pay gap of 29%