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Our 2019 Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender pay gap reporting requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. The Gender pay gap report is based on data as at 5th April 2019. At this date Hillarys employed 1631 staff with 39% (641) being male and 61% (990) being female. The table below demonstrates that when compared to National statistics for the UK, Hillarys Gender Pay Gap is significantly lower than the UK average of 8.9% for median pay in 2019.

Our Pay Gender Gap is as follows:




 % pay gap



Proportion of staff awarded a bonus during the year to April 18.







 Receiving Bonus



 % Receiving A Bonus



Our Bonus Gap is as follows:




 % bonus gap



 With the median being 0% this is a good indication that men and women who are employed in the same roles are treated equally.

Pay Quartiles



 Male %


 Female %






 Lower Middle





 Upper Middle










A large number of roles within Hillarys are defined by role titles particularly in the areas of production, contact centre and administration. Within these roles, which account for almost three quarters of staff employed by the Hillarys’ Group, male and female employees are paid equally for doing equivalent jobs. The gender pay gap identified above, whilst considerably lower than the national average is driven by the fact that a higher proportion of the women employed by the group are employed within production, contact centre and administrative roles.

At Hillarys we always recruit the best person for the role, regardless of gender.

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Andy Thomas

Chief Financial Officer


Click here to view our 2018 Gender Pay Gap report

Click here to view our 2017 Gender Pay Gap report

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