AAT gender and ethnicity pay gap reports
Since 2017, all large employers in England, Scotland and Wales – those with at least 250 "relevant" staff – have been required by law to publish data on their gender pay gaps.
AAT is pleased to publish its gender pay gap information, including salaries and bonuses, to the year ending 5 April 2023. We are also publishing our ethnicity pay gap report for 2023, despite no current requirements to do so.
We're committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion at all levels: we introduced a target of 40% females in senior management by March 2022, under the Women in Finance Charter, to which AAT is a signatory. We're delighted to have achieved this target early and have recommitted to the charter with a new target of ensuring the percentage of senior women in management does not drop below 45% by March 2027.
Additionally, we've signed up to the Race at Work Charter, and have appointed an Executive Sponsor for Race to help support the development of Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees across the organisation. We've also recently introduced name blind recruitment as part of our new HR system and developed a new action plan supporting recruitment and progression of BAME staff to more senior grades.
Please find our latest reports below, which include how we're seeking to encourage our members and students to promote equality and diversity within their own businesses.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the mean or median hourly rate of pay male and female colleagues receive.
We've followed the same calculation approach as for the gender pay gap, but this will develop in future.
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