The Gender Pay Gap Report gives a high-level
snapshot of pay within an organisation, showing
the differences in average pay between all male
and female employees, irrespective of their role
or seniority. We have produced our fifth annual
Gender Pay Gap Report, based on a snapshot date
of 5 April 2022.
Gender Pay is distinctly different from Equal
Pay and should not be confused with it. Equal
Pay relates to the requirement to pay both men
and women the same for equal work. Our approach
to pay is gender-neutral, and we are confident
that men and women are paid equally for doing
equivalent jobs across our business.
The period covered by the report was one of
strong growth on all fronts for Scott Logic,
with overall headcount increasing by 29.1%. As
the business has grown, so has the female
proportion of our workforce; women now
constitute 18.4% of the organisation, an
increase from 14.4% the year before.
An important factor in attracting more women
into any business is the presence of senior
women role models; 27% of women in the
organisation are now in top grades, compared
with 21% the year before. Those women can
inspire and guide the women who are just
starting out in their careers, where there has
also been an improvement; 24% of graduate
consultant hires were women, compared to 11% in
the previous period.
We know we still have a long way to go, but
we’re travelling in the right direction and the
pace of change will be accelerated by our new
Diversity and Inclusion Strategy, part of our
new, overarching Talent Strategy.
You can download the report here:
Download our Gender Pay Gap Report 2022