Gender Pay Gap
Kingsley Healthcare Group are required to carry out annual gender pay gap reporting in line with the Equality Act 2010. This requires all organisations and their legal entities with more than 250 employees to annually publish their Gender Pay Gap (GPG), and Gender Bonus Pay Gap (GBPG).
Our report is based on 3 legal entities within the Group which are required under the above Act to report such information, these being KCH (UK) Holdings Limited (KCHH), Peacock Holdings (2015) Limited (PH), and Regal Healthcare Holdings Limited (RHH).
The GPG is a snapshot taken on 5th April 2022 (the reference date), and outlines the difference in the average pay between men and women in the organisation. The GMPG is a snapshot taken on the same reference date, and reports on the difference in bonus payments for men and women in the organisation.
The report consists of 6 metrics from information gathered from our payroll system, which make up the necessary reporting criteria, these being:
- the percentage of men and women in each hourly pay quartiles
- the mean (average) gender pay gap using hourly pay
- the median gender pay gap using hourly pay
- the percentage of men and women receiving bonus pay
- the mean (average) gender pay gap using bonus pay
- the median gender pay gap using bonus pay
Our GPG shows us the gender pay equality and the balance of men and women within our reporting entities. Our GBPG allows us to understand the level of bonus payments being issued between men and women. Both sets of information allow us to review our levels of equality and reward to better equip us to set strategies for recruitment and retention.