Gender Pay Gap Report

"We are charity that supports adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions across Yorkshire and Humber. Every part of what we do is about supporting people to take control over their lives. In order to do this, we pride ourselves on a creating a diverse workforce of committed and hard-working teams, whereby we provide opportunities of development to all." Philip Bartey, Group Chief Executive

What is a gender pay gap?

The gender pay gap is the difference in average salaries between men and women irrespective of roles and seniority. This measure is different to the equal pay, which looks at the difference in the total earnings for men and women performing equal or comparable work.

A message from Philip Bartey, Group Chief Executive

"We welcome the opportunity to carry out Gender Pay Reporting, which is part of the Equality Act 2010, and to provide analysis on the results. The gender pay gap shows the difference in the average pay between all men and women in a workforce, and this report outlines Autism Plus Ltd.’s gender pay gap using the snapshot date of 5th April 2018. This information will be the basis of ongoing reviews and analysis in order to increase the diversity of the organisation and to continue to provide a quality service in line with Autism Plus philosophy.

Our approach to pay is based on the job role, and therefore men and women that do equivalent jobs are paid at an equal level.

The most recent report details that 71% of the total workforce are female which is a 3% increase from the previous year. The Support Worker role makes up around 68% of the charity and from our experiences with recruiting people into these roles it tends to attract more female applicants, hence a high percentage of our workforce being female." 

Our Reports

2019

Autism Plus Gender Pay Report

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2018

Autism Plus Gender Pay Report

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