Long Clawson Dairy Ltd – Gender Pay Gap Report 2017
Long Clawson is a world renowned producer of quality cheeses situated in the Vale of Belvoir, in rural Leicestershire employing 397 staff. Spread over two sites, the company is a fast growing, award winning manufacturer of Stilton® and Specialty cheeses, priding itself on successfully balancing innovation with tradition. This report summarises our Gender Pay Gap, which is the difference in average earnings between men and women across all roles.
At Long Clawson, our mean gender pay gap is 24.6% which is higher than the UK Current Gender Pay Gap of 18%. However, in common with most employers with a pay gap, the main reason for this gap is the balance between men and women in senior roles, this is clearly reflected in our highest paid quartile data of Males 80% and Females 20%.
We believe however, that our true strength and commitment to gender pay is reflected in our median hourly rate of pay gap which is 2.5% and something we are very proud of achieving, this is because the median salary, rather than the mean salary more accurately represents actual earnings across our business. We have achieved this figure by having robust pay rates in place that reward men and women equally for having the same skill sets and job roles. This is further reflected in our median bonus gap which is 0%.
We are proud that a core contributor to this success is the emphasis we place on teamwork and equal opportunity for all our employees. We recognise how diversity within our workforce makes a significant contribution to both our business performance and in making Long Clawson a great place to work.
Long Clawson Dairy Ltd
Our Gender Pay Data
In line with the annual requirement recently introduced for companies with more than 250 employers we are, for the first time, reporting our gender pay gap.
The following results focus on Long Clawson Dairy Ltd as a whole and are also reported on the gov.uk website, Gender pay gap web page.
|Difference in Mean Hourly Rate of Pay||24.6%|
|Difference in Median Hourly Rate of Pay||2.5%|
|Difference in Mean Bonus Pay||70.4%|
|Difference in Median Bonus Pay||0%|
|Percentage of employees who received bonus pay||Male 84%||Female 84%|
|Employees by pay quartile||Male||Female|
|Upper middle quartile||65.8%||34.2%|
|Lower middle quartile||65.4%||34.6%|