For the first time in April 2018, UK companies employing 250 or more employees were required to report on their gender pay gap. It is important to note that the gender pay gap reporting figure is different to equal pay, which has been illegal since 1970. The Gender pay gap is therefore not reporting disparities in earnings between men and women doing the same job.
Gender pay gap reporting assesses levels of equality in the workplace in terms of male and female participation by understanding the difference in average earnings of men and women across the entire organisation, including their bonuses.
At Aimia we are committed to treating our people equally, regardless of their age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership or pregnancy and maternity.
You can find our published Gender Pay Gap Reports below: