Oxford City Council has published its latest gender pay gap data.
The Council is required by law to publish an annual gender pay gap report that provides details of three key measures; basic pay, bonus and the proportion of males and females receiving a bonus.
The Council’s first gender pay gap report was published last year and provided information up to 31 March 2017.
The new report, for the year ending 31 March 2018, confirms that the Council does not have a gender pay gap for basic pay. This has not changed from last year’s report.
Similarly, the mean bonus pay gap remains unchanged at 6.3 per cent in favour of female staff. The report also confirms that the Council does not have a median bonus pay gap, which is an improvement over last year.
The proportion of female and male staff receiving a bonus payment is very similar to last year.
Cllr Nigel Chapman. Board Member for Customer Focused Services, said: "Oxford City Council remains in a positive position when it comes to differences in rates of pay for men and women. We have a strong commitment to making sure that all of our staff are paid the correct rate and that no discrimination exists based on gender."
To view the full report visit the Finances page.