Gender Pay Gap Reporting
Recruiting and retaining the best people from the widest possible talent pool is a priority at Morgan Advanced Materials, and that is why our gender diversity matters.
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.
"At Morgan, better gender diversity just makes sense – it’s good for the company and good for employees. Our data, reflecting part of our business, shows that we do not have an equal pay issue, but we have more to do to increase female representation in our workforce, in particular at more senior levels. We have set a target that 40% of our leadership population will be female by 2030, and we are progressing our plans across the business to deliver on that goal."
Pete Raby, CEO, Morgan Advanced Materials
|Gender Pay Gap Report 2021|
|Gender Pay Gap Report 2020|
|Gender Pay Gap Report 2019|
|Gender Pay Gap Report 2018|
|Gender Pay Gap Report 2017|