Gender Pay Gap report reveals nominal difference between men and women at Catalyst

Catalyst has issued its first Gender Pay Gap report, revealing that there is virtually no gap between the amount men and women are paid.

The report shows that the organisation has just a 0.3% median pay gap and mean pay gap of 0.5%. Women make up half of Catalyst’s executive leadership team, and 53% of all colleagues. The report also highlights that 43% of manager positions are women, showing that there is still some work to be done to achieve complete parity.

The report also factors in bonus pay, revealing that the proportion of male colleagues receiving a bonus at Catalyst is 69.7% and the proportion of female colleagues receiving a bonus at Catalyst is 74.6%.

Judith Foss, Executive Director of People and Culture at Catalyst, said: “Our Gender Pay Gap report reflects Catalyst’s ongoing commitment to fairness and inclusion. We know that businesses and organisations truly thrive when there is a diverse and inclusive workforce. However, we know that there is always more to do and we will continue to work with colleagues across the organisation to ensure that Catalyst is a workplace where everyone feels valued and respected for the unique contribution they bring.”

New government legislation means that from 6 April 2017, employers in Great Britain with more than 250 staff are required by law to publish their gender pay gap information, covering pay and bonuses. You can find Catalyst’s full report on its website.

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Notes to the Editor:

  • Catalyst is one of the leading housing associations in London and the South East, managing over 21,000 rented and shared-ownership homes.
  • We are experts in placemaking and developing tenure-blind neighbourhoods, with a strategy in place that will see us build 1,000 homes a year by 2020. Our approach to creative design, effective urban planning and high quality development is underpinned by our long-term interest in our neighbourhoods. By adopting a stewardship role, we ensure that the places we help to create are well maintained, look great and remain desirable places to live. A prime example of Catalyst’s work is our flagship regeneration project in North Kensington, Portobello Square.
  • Catalyst has been named a Top 100 Sunday Times Best Company to Work For (not for profit) 2018. This national award is based on colleague feedback – and as a business we work with our colleagues to build on our strengths and address any areas of concern.
  • Catalyst Gateway, our social and economic investment arm, helps our communities grow with bespoke neighbourhood strategies that help deliver initiatives such as youth mentoring projects, after school homework programmes, exercise classes and much more. Catalyst Gateway also operates an individual offer to our most vulnerable residents, with services such as financial inclusion courses to help people with their money; parenting support classes for young families and employment courses for those out of work.
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