Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Selby District Council is legally required to publish information on any Gender Pay Gap.

2020/2021 Information

As at 31 March 2021 Selby District Council had less than 250 employees and voluntarily reported this data to central Government.

Difference in ‘mean’ hourly rate of pay:

12.25%

Difference in ‘median’ hourly rate of pay:

12.60%

Difference in ‘mean’ bonus pay:

0.0%

Difference in ‘median’ bonus pay:

0.0%

 

 

Male

Female

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay:

0.0%

0.0%

 

Employees by pay quartile

Male

Female

Upper quartile

36.06%

62.94%

Upper middle quartile

29.51%

70.49%

Lower middle quartile

32.79%

67.21%

Lower quartile

14.51%

85.49%

 

Total Male Hourly Cost

£1,154.75

 

Total Female Hourly Cost

£2,584.64

 

 

 

 

MEAN Calculation

 

 

Male Mean

£16.73

(£1,154.75 ÷ 69)

Female Mean

£14.68

(£2,584.64 ÷ 176)

 

12.25%

MEAN Pay Gap

 

 

 

MEDIAN Calculation

 

 

Male Median

£14.52

Number 35

Female Median

£12.69

Mean of no’s 88 + 89

 

 

(£12.69 + £12.69) ÷ 2

 

12.60%

MEDIAN Pay Gap

 

At Selby District Council men are paid slightly more than women. The pay gap has widen slightly compared to the previous reporting year. One possible reason for this could be that the Council had fewer employees this reporting period compared to the previous one. The following are also relevant for the current and previous reporting periods:

  • The Council employed a significantly higher percentage of women than men; and
  • SDC’s waste, street scene and leisure services were outsourced and traditionally these services employ more men in lower skilled/lower paid roles e.g. refuse collector, grounds maintenance operative etc. 

2019/2020 Data Set

Reporting as at 31.03.2020 - Selby District Council had less than 250 employees and voluntary reported the following data to central government:

 

Difference in ‘mean’ hourly rate of pay:

11.92%

Difference in ‘median’ hourly rate of pay:

10.89%

Difference in ‘mean’ bonus pay:

0.0%

Difference in ‘median’ bonus pay:

0.0%

 

 

Male

Female

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay:

0.0%

0.0%

 

Employees by pay quartile

Male

Female

Upper quartile

30.65%

69.35%

Upper middle quartile

37.10%

62.90%

Lower middle quartile

25.80%

74.20%

Lower quartile

19.05%

80.95%

 

Total Male Hourly Cost

£1,103.07

 

Total Female Hourly Cost

£2,486.17

 

 

 

 

MEAN Calculation

 

 

Male Mean

£15.77

(£1,103.07 ÷ 70)

Female Mean

£13.89

(£2,486.17 ÷ 179)

 

11.92%

MEAN Pay Gap

 

 

 

MEDIAN Calculation

 

 

Male Median

£13.86

Mean of no’s 35 + 36

 

 

(£13.64 + £14.08) ÷ 2

Female Median

£12.35

Number 90

 

10.89%

MEDIAN Pay Gap

 

2018/2019 Data Set

Reporting as at 31.03.2019

Difference in ‘mean’ hourly rate of pay:

10.89%

Difference in ‘median’ hourly rate of pay:

9.24%

Difference in ‘mean’ bonus pay:

0.0%

Difference in ‘median’ bonus pay:

0.0%

 

 

Male

Female

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay:

0.0%

0.0%

 

Employees by pay quartile

Male

Female

Upper quartile

37.88%

62.12%

Upper middle quartile

34.85%

65.15%

Lower middle quartile

30.77%

69.23%

Lower quartile

15.15%

84.85%

 

Total Male Hourly Cost

£1,174.68

 

Total Female Hourly Cost

£2,483.40

 

 

 

 

MEAN Calculation

 

 

Male Mean

£15.06

(£1,174.68 ÷ 78)

Female Mean

£13.42

(£2,483.40 ÷ 185)

 

10.89%

MEAN Pay Gap

 

 

 

MEDIAN Calculation

 

 

Male Median

£13.20

Mean of no’s 39 + 40

 

 

(£13.20 + £13.20) ÷ 2

Female Median

£11.98

Number 93

 

9.24%

MEDIAN Pay Gap

 

 

2017/2018 Data Set

Reporting as at 26.03.2018

 

Difference in ‘mean’ hourly rate of pay:

10.9%

Difference in ‘median’ hourly rate of pay:

14.3%

Difference in ‘mean’ bonus pay:

0.0%

Difference in ‘median’ bonus pay:

0.0%

 

 

Male

Female

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay:

0.0%

0.0%

 

Employees by pay quartile

Male

Female

Upper quartile

38.8%

61.2%

Upper middle quartile

42.1%

57.9%

Lower middle quartile

23.1%

76.9%

Lower quartile

15.2%

84.8%

 

Total Male Hourly Cost

£127.11

 

Total Female Hourly Cost

£184.94

 

 

 

 

MEAN Calculation

 

 

Male Mean

£31.78

(£127.11 ÷ 4)

Female Mean

£36.99

(£184.94 ÷ 5)

 

-16.40%

MEAN Pay Gap

 

 

 

MEDIAN Calculation

 

 

Male Median

£28.56

Mean of no’s 2 + 3

 

 

(£28.56 + £28.56) ÷ 2

Female Median

£31.70

Number 3

 

-10.99%

MEDIAN Pay Gap

N.B. The data in the box above relates to our leadership team and not all employees.