From April 2017, any organisation with 250 or more employees must publish their gender pay gap annually, as mandated by the UK Government.
As a large and inclusive family with our own set of core values, Waterman Aspen, as a part of the wider, Waterman Group, is already committed to equality of opportunity in employment for all. We recognise the benefits of employing a diverse range of individuals, as this creates a workforce where creativity and valuing difference in others thrives.
Waterman Aspen has a clear policy of paying employees equally for the same or equivalent work, regardless of their gender, across the business. It is also apparent that our pay gap is considerably lower than industry comparators.
Historically, engineering has been a male dominated industry with a shortage of women entering the profession. It is pleasing to see this beginning to change, with increased awareness of STEM careers and targeted approaches to encourage women to consider a career in engineering.
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