RNIB publishes Gender Pay Gap Report
In response to the Government’s requirement for all companies with over 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap data, RNIB published its 2022 Gender Pay Gap report today. The gender pay figures are calculated on data available on our reporting date, 5 April 2022.
Matt Stringer, RNIB’s Chief Executive commented on the charity’s Gender Pay Gap report:
“At RNIB, we’re constantly striving to be a great employer that attracts and retains the best people possible. We want our employees to achieve their highest potential at work. We keep diversity, inclusivity and equality at the core of everything we do. We’re pleased to report a reduction in our mean (average) gender pay gap from 8.93 per cent in 2021 to 7.53 per cent in 2022, and our median (middle) gender pay gap has reduced from 7.32 per cent in 2021 to 3.60 per cent in 2022.
“However, we recognise that there’s still more for us to do and we’re working hard to address this. We’re supporting women to progress their careers in all areas of the charity and looking to improve our flexible working approach, and how we recruit new employees. Having a diverse and inclusive workforce is hugely important so we can better represent blind and partially sighted people and so we can achieve our vision where there’re no barriers to people with sight loss.”