Greenpeace UK’s current median gender pay gap across all employees is 4.9% compared to a national figure of 15.5%.
The gender pay gap is the difference in the hourly rate of pay of men and women, expressed as a percentage of men’s salary. It is separate from equal pay, which focuses on the pay differences between men and women performing the same or similar work, and which our pay policy, pay grading, and job evaluation system all protect against.
We publish our gender pay gap information annually, in line with our strong commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Median gender pay gap
The median is the middle value of all the relevant hourly rates of pay.
|Greenpeace UK||2019||2020||2021||All UK|
Note that we have introduced a new reporting system which uses a standard date of 1 March for these
calculations each year. Some figures for previous years may differ slightly from those originally published.
Mean gender pay gap
The mean is often simply called “the average” and is calculated by adding up all hourly rates of pay and dividing by the relevant number of staff.
Proportion of male and female employees in each salary quartile
This shows the number of men and women in each of four salary quartiles. It is arrived at by listing all staff in order of hourly rate of pay and splitting the list into four equal groups (quartiles). The percentage of men and women making up each quartile is shown below.
|Salary Quartile 2019||Female||Male||Other|
|1st quartile (lower)||64.1%||33.3%||2.6%|
|2nd quartile (lower middle)||61.5%||38.5%||0.0%|
|3rd quartile (upper middle)||55.3%||44.7%||0.0%|
|4th quartile (upper)||51.3%%||48.7%||0.0%|
Gender bonus gap
Greenpeace UK does not award bonuses.