Fivium continues to buck the UK tech industry's gender pay gap trend.
Fivium is proud to once again publish its analysis of the Gender pay gap. Fivium’s results are published voluntarily in response to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee’s Closing The Gender Pay Gap report and cover April 2021 to the end of March 2022.
According to recent Verdict (a Global Data company) analysis of 326 UK tech companies, 91.1% pay their male employees more than their female staff, with the median hourly pay being 16% higher.
As part of our ongoing commitment to reinforcing our status as a socially responsible organisation, Fivium is delighted to announce that it has once again bucked this industry trend and is part of the small minority of UK tech firms that has closed the gender pay gap by paying its median female permanent members of staff more than 4.7% than their male counterparts.
“Fivium is committed to being a non-discriminatory organisation. When awarding and reviewing salaries, we focus solely on ability and performance, which reflects in the current results of our gender pay gap analysis. Our efforts to encourage equality go further than just this, however. With the talent pool available in the tech industry being heavily male-dominated, we are continuing our programme to encourage school children, particularly females, to study STEM subjects.
“Part of Fivium’s success comes from our culture of equality and our commitment to harnessing talent from all backgrounds. We remain true to our values and believe we are one of the best places where people can flourish and reach their potential.” Richard Clarke, Director, Fivium