“We are pleased to produce the second Gender Pay Report for Sheffield Students’ Union providing information on the difference in average pay between men and women working for our organisation.
In comparison with last year, our pay gap has closed. Our report shows that on average at Sheffield Students’ Union, women are paid 8.6% more than men.
As an organisation, we are proud of our approach to diversity and inclusion and continue to ensure that gender equality remains a priority alongside other forms of diversity for the organisation. Since the last report, we have continued to promote diversity across the organisation in the following ways:
Over the next year, we will continue to review our resourcing strategy to ensure we attract and retain the best talent in line with our ED&I commitments. Initiatives currently in planning include a new traineeship and apprenticeship scheme.
We are confident that these ongoing commitments will support our aim to be a flexible and responsible employer.
I confirm that the data reported is accurate and in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017”.
56% of our workforce that were paid on the snapshot date were women.
The gender distribution when colleagues are placed into four equally sized quartiles based on pay is as follows: