Mott MacDonald has published its gender pay gap information for 2018. Building on the data shared in 2017, the consultancy has gone further in sharing information by producing a detailed narrative report discussing the results and how it is working to tackle gender inequality.
Under the methodology set out in regulations from the Government Equalities Office, Mott MacDonald’s median gender pay gap is 19.3%, and its mean gender pay gap is 20%. The consultancy’s median gender bonus gap is 50.3% and its mean gender bonus gap is 45.2%.
James Harris, Mott MacDonald's UK and Europe region managing director, said:
“We’ve been working hard to address our gender pay gap and have made some improvements, but we recognise that we and the sectors we work in have more to do.
Retaining and attracting diverse talent is key to the future success of Mott MacDonald.
Over the last 12 months we have increased our efforts to improve gender diversity. This has resulted in a reduction in our mean gender pay gap of 0.9%. We are keen to see real change in our gender pay gap and also in the diversity of our staff across our UK business.”
Read the full narrative report below.