Gender pay gap - 30 March 2017
All organisations with more than 250 staff are required by law to publish information about gender pay by 30 March 2018, and each year thereafter, as part of a Government initiative.
These reports include all staff (substantive and Bank), as at 30 March 2017, who were in receipt of their full basic pay (so excludes any staff being paid less than their usual basic pay, such as nil or half pay due to sickness).
All basic pay, London allowances and regular allowances such as on-call and responsibility allowances are included. Reporting calculates hourly rates to allow a comparison. For Bank only staff, this is average hours worked over a 12 week period.
|Included in pay analysis||Excluded from pay analysis|
|Gender||Average hourly rate||Median hourly rate|
|Pay gap %||20.2%||13.3%|
Number of employees by quartiles (determined by pay groupings, Q1 is lowest earners and Q4 is highest earners).
|Gender||Average pay||Median pay|
|Pay gap %||32.1%||33.3%|
NHS Employers define that the only bonuses available in the NHS are clinical excellence awards.
|Gender||Employees paid bonus||Total relevant employees||%|