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Gender Pay Gap

Total Staff Services - Our Gender Pay Gap

The information on this page represents the Gender Pay Gap analysis for Total Staff Services, for the pay gap snapshot period up to and including the 5th April 2018. The legislative requirements for reporting these statistics mean that all companies in the UK who had more than 250 employees as at 5th April 2018 have to publish these figures.
Total Staff services holds employment contracts for hundreds of  temporary workers placed with our clients. The pay for these workers is set by our clients. In addition Total Staff Services holds employment contracts for our own internal employees. These two groups of employees are therefore very different, but the legislation requires us to report on the consolidated figures for both groups.
The gap in the mean hourly rate of pay and the difference in the median hourly rate of pay reflects the higher pay on offer to workers in traditional industrial placements where working conditions and working hours often require higher wages to attract staff. This type of work typically attracts a higher proportion of men.
The bonus pay figures reflect the fact that we employ more woman than men for our own internal staff, and as recruitment consultants they have opportunities to earn bonus. 
In all cases we work very hard to achieve the best possible rates of pay and career enhancing opportunities for our staff.
More information on Gender pay gaps, including details of the reports from other companies across the UK, is available via the Gender pay gap service on the UK Government website, including this explanation: .

Gender Pay Gap Differences: 2017 - 2018

Difference in mean hourly rate of pay  6.62%  
Difference in median hourly rate of pay  3.21%  
Difference in mean bonus pay  -23.39%  
Difference in median bonus pay  -16.54%  

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay  

Employees by pay quartile  Male  Female
Upper quartile  81.13%  18.87%
Upper middle quartile  52.83%  47.17%
Lower middle quartile  52.83%  47.17%
Lower quartile  48.08%  51.92%

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