Asda releases gender pay report
Asda has published its Gender Pay report for 2021 which shows that its mean and median figures continue to be well below the national average.
Data from supermarket shows that the median pay difference between all male and female Asda staff members is 6.1% and the mean pay difference is 8%. This compares to 5.5% and 8.4% respectively in 2020.
Meanwhile, it has a 0% median pay gap for hourly paid retail store colleagues who make up 85% of Asda’s total workforce.
According to ONS research, the UK’s national average median pay gap is 15.4% and the mean pay gap is 14.6%.
Asda’s chief people officer Hayley Tatum said: “We’re pleased that the 2021 results reflect the work we’ve been doing and continue to do to have more women in senior roles, increasing their representation from 38% in 2020 to 40% in 2021. We know there is more we can do to reduce our gender pay gap and this remains a core focus for us.”
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