Major housing associations are revealed to have gender pay gaps of more than 25%, as the government deadline for reporting the figures passed. you can find out what they said by following the link below.

Here – from Inside Housing, is their guide to the gender equality gap:

“Under Equality Act regulations, employers (including housing associations) with more than 250 employees have until 4 April 2018 to publish information about their gender pay on their website and on a government website.

An employer must publish the results of six calculations for pay over a 12-month period:

  1. average gender pay gap as a mean average
  2. average gender pay gap as a median average
  3. average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average
  4. average bonus gender pay gap as a median average
  5. proportion of males receiving a bonus payment and proportion of females receiving a bonus payment
  6. proportion of males and females when divided into four groups ordered from lowest to highest pay.

The regulations specify how hourly pay, bonus pay and hourly rate should be calculated and in what circumstances agency workers and self-employed people should be included in the calculations

Results for individual organisations can be found on the government’s gender pay reporting website here.

Find results for housing providers by using the search boxes, or by filtering by sector.”