Marketing Sciences gender pay gap

Marketing Sciences Gender Pay Report April 2017 (trading as Walnut Unlimited in 2018)

Difference in mean pay 23%
Difference in median pay 20%
Difference in mean bonus pay 11%
Proportion of men / women who received bonus '1 : 3.75
Number of men / women in the quartile pay bands Men Women
Upper quartile
Upper middle quartile
Lower middle quartile
Lower quartile
26%
14%
0%
16%
74%
86%
100%
84%
Marketing Sciences Ltd has two main sets of staff; office based researchers and fortnightly paid field workers who work on a flexible basis to suit their personal circumstances and requirements of assignments.

The field workers have a pay structure in place which reflects enhancements depending on the day of the week worked, complexity of the assignment and whether they provide supervision of colleagues. The majority of workers are female with a ratio of 8.5 : 1 and the pay structure is applied consistently for both genders.


Marketing Sciences Gender Pay Report April 2017 (trading as Walnut Unlimited in 2018) For monthly paid only

Difference in mean pay -8.2%
Difference in median pay -7.6%
Difference in mean bonus pay 11%
Proportion of men / women who received bonus '1 : 2
Number of men / women in the quartile pay bands Men Women
Upper quartile
Upper middle quartile
Lower middle quartile
Lower quartile
35%
6%
18%
29%
65%
94%
82%
71%
When we consider office based employees in isolation, where salaries are more varied depending on skill level, it shows that female workers are paid more than men with the mean pay -8.2 and median -7.6%.
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