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Gender Pay Report

STV Group plc is committed to ensuring that STV is a place where men and women have an equal opportunity to succeed and reach their full potential. 

In March 2018, we announced a gender pay profile in line with the Government’s gender pay reporting regulations and ahead of the private sector submission deadline of 4 April 2018, reporting:
  • A mean gender pay gap of 22.8% for fixed hourly pay;
  • A median gender pay gap of 17.3% for fixed hourly pay;
  • A reported mean gender pay gap for bonus pay of 56%;
  • A median gender pay gap for bonus pay of 34%.  Over the reporting period, a higher proportion of female colleagues received a bonus payment (17% vs 15%).
STV attributes its gender pay profile to the fact that a higher proportion of men are employed in senior management and leadership roles. In the upper quartile of earners, 70% are men and 30% women. Throughout the rest of the organisation, the gender split is 49% men and 51% women.
 
To address this we will introduce a target to achieve gender balance in the top 25% of roles by earnings within five years as well as continuing to progress a programme of measures to improve diversity and inclusion.  This includes widening the pool in recruitment activities; focusing on opportunities for accelerated career development; extending family friendly policies and further training across the organisation to raise awareness of unconscious bias.

You can access the full gender pay report below:

Gender Pay Report 2017

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