Gender pay audit 2018
Results for the North East Ambulance Service gender pay audit for 2018 is now available.
The North East Ambulance Service gender pay gap report indicates no difference for men and women on median gender pay and only a small difference for mean gender pay. All positions are assessed using NHS Agenda for Change methodology which means people receive equal pay for equal work.
In recent years women in senior management positions has improved. Women in the upper quartiles account for 37% of staff and 43.9% of upper middle quartiles, both of these figures are an improvement on 2017. Women in the bottom quartile of the workforce represent 49.2% of this workforce and 39.5% of the lower middle quartile.
Yvonne Ormston CEO said “Our organisation has seen an improvement in women in the two most senior quartiles and it is reassuring to see our median pay gap remain at zero for the second year running. Over recent years more women have joined the trust and they are an important part of our workforce, it’s important that we continue to support women to gain the skills and get the opportunities to become of future leaders”.
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