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Gender pay gap report March 2018


English | Published: 19/03/2018

  • Publication for: General public, Company employees

What is the gender pay gap? 

The gender pay gap shows the difference in pay between male and female employees in an organisation. It is defined as the difference between men’s and women’s hourly earnings expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings.

What is our gender pay gap? 

The average gender pay gap at the BHF is 7.7% in favour of men, compared to a national average of around 12.9% - this is a result of the work we have done already to narrow the gap.

At the BHF we continue to dedicate our organisation to taking more steps to narrow the gap even further and we’re proud to be an organisation where half of our senior leaders are women.