Nottingham City Council publish a number of equality pay reports.
The Gender Pay Gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women expressed as a percentage of men's earnings. It is not the same as equal pay, i.e. the difference between men and women who perform the same or similar roles. It is statutory for organisations with 250 or more employees to report annually on their gender pay gap.
The City Council also produce ethnicity and disability pay gap reports which are although there is no legal requirement are produced as part of the Council's commitment to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.
The results can be used to assess the levels of gender, disability and ethnicity equality in the council, the balance of male and female colleagues and those of different ethnicities and disabilities at different levels and explore how effective the council is at maximising and rewarding talent.
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