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We continue to close our gender pay gap

We have recently published our data on our gender pay gap for the year 2022/23, and are pleased to report that we have seen a reduction from a gap of 1.9% in the previous year, to 1.6%.

This is far below the national average of 7.6%.  

According to the data, women at Brainkind are paid an average of £14.40 an hour, whereas men are paid an average of £14.64. This is compared to last year’s data, which showed that women were paid an average of £14.08, and men were paid £14.35.  

Brainkind’s gender pay gap typically fluctuates year on year because, despite men and women in equivalent roles being paid the same rates, there are a wide number of factors that can affect the result. This includes the ability of men and women to work sleep in shifts and weekends, leavers annual leave pay, back pay made in the event of the timing of payments for new starters and contractual changes, as well as gender changes in the composition of the leadership teams.  

Naomi Carey, our Executive Director of People Services and Organisation Development said:

We are very proud that, for many years, we have had a gender pay gap far lower than the national average. It is representative of the organisation’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion, and how we value individuals based on their contributions, not their gender.

We are delighted to see that the gap has reduced even further this year and will continue to do all we can to ensure that everyone has equal opportunities to thrive and succeed.

You can read the report in full, which includes data on the years pay and bonus payments, here

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