PANTHER WAREHOUSING LIMITED
5 April 2022
Person responsible for employer’s report
Gary McKelvey (Managing Director)
Unit 22, Lodge Way, Lodge Farm Industrial Estate, Northampton, NN5 7US
Nature of business (SIC)
Administrative and support service activities
500 to 999 employees
Gender pay gap report
- The difference between the mean hourly rate of pay of relevant male employees and relevant female employees: 4%
mean male £13.88 mean female £13.31 difference between male and female mean £0.57 (Difference divided by men’s rate) times by 100 4%
- The difference between the median hourly rate of pay of relevant male employees and relevant female employees: 6%
male median 194 £11.79 female median 39 £11.07 median difference £0.71 (Difference divided by men’s rate) times by 100 6%
- The difference between the mean bonus pay paid to relevant male employees and relevant female employees: 81%
male total bonus £99,042 male mean bonus £6,603 female bonus £7,336 female mean bonus £1,223 mean difference £5,380 (Difference divided by men’s bonus) times by 100 81%
- The difference between the median bonus pay paid to relevant male employees and relevant female employees: -17%
male median bonus £735 female median bonus £862 median bonus pay difference -£127
- The proportions of relevant male and female employees who were paid bonus pay in the relevant 12-month period: 3% of men were paid bonus 1% of women were paid bonus
number of men paid bonus 15 3% of men were paid bonus 1% of women were paid bonus
- The proportions of relevant male and female employees in four quartiles:
Quartile Number of employees Number of Males Number of Females Proportion of Males Proportion of Females Lower 116 75 41 65% 35% Lower-Middle 116 96 20 83% 17% Upper-Middle 116 99 17 85% 15% Upper 116 100 16 86% 14%
- Supporting Statement
- The above information represents a consistent allocation of pay rates to both men and women throughout all quartiles.
- However, due to the significantly higher number of male workers in the Company, this has created pay gaps in certain areas.
- 20.3% of all employees in the Company were female, compared with 16.6% in the previous year.
- Although a pay gap still exists between male and female colleagues, the Company does recognise the importance of a diverse workforce and to achieve this, managers are encouraged to apply equal opportunity practices in all training, promotion and recruitment processes. It is recognised more female workers have been recruited or promoted in to senior roles in the year, than ever before.
- Change to bonus scheme brought in with the acquisition of Panther by parent company, because of this change it is not a like for like comparison year on year.