Gender Pay Report
Our values are to be honest, committed and inventive. Fairness and equality are pivotal to our organisation.
Humankind’s vision is for people of all ages to be safe, building ambitions for the future and reaching towards their full potential. Our values are honest, committed and inventive. Fairness and equality are pivotal to our organisation.
As part of our 5-year strategic plan, investment in reward, recognition and remuneration across our workforce is helping us to close the gender pay gap year on year. We want our workforce to feel valued and to be rewarded fairly.
Whilst the 2020 report is not required to be published until October 2021, we are publishing our report in June 2021 for the snapshot date, 5th April 2020.
The changes we have made across Humankind have seen increased investment in our workforce which has had a positive impact on our gender pay gap over the last two years.
Our 2020 Report
Gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 employees or more to publish calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees.
We made a one-off payment to our staff in August 2020 whilst we continued a review of remuneration and reward. This is captured in the bonus data response.
The gender pay report represents the simple average figure for all employees in the Humankind workforce, irrespective of role or grade; this is not to be confused with equal pay.
The gender pay gap is a measure of the difference between men and women’s average pay within an organisation. The mean average is calculated by adding up all the pay of staff and dividing it by the total number of staff. The median average is calculated by lining up all the pay of staff, smallest to largest and finding the middle pay.
Read our 2020 report here
Humankind is committed to reducing deprivation and exclusion and to improving people’s wellbeing.
Humankind is one of England’s most successful home-grown charities. We have over 1,200 staff and around 100 volunteers providing services for over 76,000 people.
Our specialist services include substance use, clinical, employment training and education, housing services, housing support and health, young people and families’ services.
We also offer affordable accommodation as a Registered Social Landlord via Humankind Housing and promote volunteering/employment opportunities through MoreTime UK, Humankind’s social enterprise.
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