Bond’s gender pay gap data

Bond believes in providing equal opportunities for all, regardless of gender. We have joined other charitable organisations in publishing our gender pay gap information and encourage other organisations in the sector to also do so.

Hourly earnings analysis by grade

As of 1 April 2020 the planned hourly earnings (assuming 35 hours working week and 46 working weeks in the year) for male and female Bond staff by salary grade are:

 

Number of female staff

Number of male staff

Female hourly earnings (£)

Male hourly earnings in (£)

Pay gap

7:CEO

1

 

59

 

-

6:Director

 

3

 

43

-

5:Head

 

1

 

34

-

4:Manager

11

2

30

29

2%

3:Adviser

3

4

25

25

0%

2:Coordinator  

3

2

20

20

1%

1:Assistant

1

2

19

18

4%

Total/average

19

14

30.6

28.1

0%

Overall there are 19 female staff and 14 male staff spread over all seven salary grades. The major difference is in grade 4, the manager grade, where female staff outnumber male staff by 11 to two. 

As can be seen in one grade men are paid more and in three grades women are paid more. In one grade the differential is zero and in two grades there is only just male or female. The CEO to median salary ratio is 2.05. Overall, the average pay is 0% with men and women weighted equally.

Bond is also proud of its flexible working arrangements such as flexible working hours, scope for working from home, and enhanced maternity pay. All these have been cited in a recent staff survey as positive reasons for working at Bond.  

The above results exclude three posts that Bond is hosting on behalf of members, that Bond did not recruit.