Boots publishes Gender Pay Gap Report
Boots have today published their Gender Pay Gap report.
The report, now in its fifth year, has been published in accordance with the Government’s Gender Pay Gap Regulations.
The data shows the firm working towards closing the gender pay gap, with a median pay gap of 2.7% which remains significantly better than the national median pay gap (15.4%). Boots have confirmed that they continue to see a sustained reduction in their mean pay gap at 18.1%, which is a reduction of 0.4% year on year.
Seb James, Managing Director, Boots, said: “Women make up over three quarters of our workforce and we have an inherent responsibility as a business to ensure we support all of our team members to develop and fulfil their aspirations at Boots.
“The progress we have made so far is reassuring, but our journey continues as we maintain our focus on making further headway in the coming months and years. As we look ahead to our ambitions for the coming year, this work will continue with senior leader workshops on gender equity, company-wide training and support relating to the menopause, and a reciprocal mentoring scheme pilot to help leaders and their teams understand more about the lived experience of women in our organisation and the importance of allyship.”
You can view a copy of the full Gender Pay Gap Report for Boots Management Services Ltd, as at April 2021, here.
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