Our pay gap report this year shows that disabled employees have higher mean and median pay. The mean pay gap is minus 2%, meaning that for every pound earned by the average non-disabled employee, the average disabled employee earns #1.02. The median is minus 5.8% meaning that for every pound that the non-disabled employee at the middle of all non-disabled earners is paid, the disabled employee at the middle of all disabled earners earns just under #1.06.
This is likely to be because there are fewer employees who have declared a disability and they are spread very evenly throughout the organisation at different grades and in different pay quartiles. Despite the positive picture in terms of the pay gap, we are committed to ensuring that there is an inclusive culture at NCC and that accessibility remains a priority. We have included some actions in the report which will help us to achieve this.
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