Gender Pay Gap Reporting
As an organisation whose identity is underpinned by our faith, and therefore by Christian values of equality, dignity and justice, World Vision UK is strongly committed to reducing the gender pay gap within our organisation.
Our Gender Pay Gap Reporting shows a significant gap between the average pay of women and men in the charity. This does not stem from paying men and women differently for the same or equivalent work, rather it is the result of the roles in which men and women work within the organisation and the salaries these roles attract. Since the publication of the first report for 2017 our Gender Pay Gap has been closing. In 2017 our median pay gap was 19.6%; the median pay gap for 2019 is 15.1%. This is still too high and we are continuing to develop and implement initiatives, described in the reports, to further close the gap.
Statement approved and signed by:
Tim Pilkington - Chief Executive Officer, World Vision UK
Jacquie Heany - Director of People and Culture, World Vision UK
Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2019
Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2017
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