Gender pay gap reporting

Gender pay reporting legislation requires all UK organisations employing 250 or more people from April 2017 to annually publish their gender pay gap reports.

Our figures show, like the majority of other NHS Trusts, we have a gender imbalance.  On average (median) men are paid 12% more than the women in our organisation. 

We take equality and diversity very seriously, and acknowledge we have some way to go to redress the gender pay gap within our Trust. However, we are putting in place gender equality action plans and new initiatives to ensure we tackle this imbalance as quickly as possible and in a fair and robust manner.

A positive, open and learning culture is extremely important to us, and will help us continue to deliver the highest quality of care. Please do watch the videos  from our Chief Executive Lesley Watts talking about our PROUD values, our Medical Director Dr Zoë Penn, and our Chief Nurse Pippa Nightingale on how we truly value our staff and their development at our Trust:

CEO Lesley Watts talks about the Trust’s priorities and PROUD values

Chief Nurse Pippa Nightingale speaks about working at the Trust

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