Gender Pay Gap Reporting

At Morgan we are on the journey to ensure that women are more broadly represented at all levels of our organisation.

The UK Government introduced gender pay gap reporting regulations for companies with more than 250 employees. The phrase "gender pay gap" refers to the difference in the average earnings of men and women within the same organisation. There is an important distinction between gender pay gap reporting, which relates to pay averages across the organisation, and the concept of "equal pay", which refers to individual male and female employees being paid equally for doing the same job at the same level.

These results continue to only represent a very small part of our global business. Although limited in scope, the analysis has shown us that we do not have an equal pay issue (i.e. we pay people equally for doing the same work, regardless of their gender). It also tells us we continue to have more men at the top of our organisation, where pay and bonuses are inevitably higher.
We are examining these results to help guide the inclusivity and diversity agenda in our business and ultimately to understand how we can eliminate the gender pay gap in the long term.
Pete Raby, CEO, Morgan Advanced Materials

 

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Gender Pay Gap Report 2019
Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
Gender Pay Gap Report 2017