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  • Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

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  • 2ukics.com Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

    A note from our CEO:

    Understanding and taking steps to improve our gender pay gap across our organisation is the only way to be sustainable for the future, and most importantly to meet our clients’ diverse range of expectations.

    For us, the focus on equal opportunities is not just restricted to gender diversity. Over the last two years, we have already made positive steps across our organisation in relation to equal opportunities more broadly to remove any perceived barriers to career progression.

    However, we acknowledge that to impact our gender pay gap materially, a longer- term plan is needed; our actions need to span across our entire organisation - something we are very focused on putting in place as we move forward.

    There is always more work to be done and we remain committed to embracing a dynamic workplace that enables everyone to thrive.

    Mike Barnard CEO

  • 3ukics.com Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

    How do we measure the gap?

    The Government provides specific calculations on how the Gender Pay Gap is calculated, with detailed guidance on formulating the data to present the following:

    • The mean & median pay gap

    • The mean & median bonus

    • The proportion of male and female employees who receive a bonus

    • The proportion of male and female employees within each pay quartile

    We are reporting on each of the individual legal entities operating within the ICS Group who have met the 250-employee threshold (as seen in the table displayed in Annex A), but have set out our report to focus on the overall Independent Clinical Services results, which we believe provides for greater transparency on our true gender pay gap opportunity.

    What is the gender pay gap (GPG)?

    This is the measure of the difference between the average male and female earnings across an entire organisation, regardless of the nature of work performed across the workforce.

    It is important to note that the gender pay gap is not an equal pay comparison, which separately measures how much men and women are paid for carrying out the same or similar roles.

    Mean pay gap

    Median pay gap

    The mean gender pay gap is the difference in the average hourly pay for women compared to men.

    The median represents the mid-point of a population if you separately lined up all women and men from lowest to highest paid. The median pay gap is the difference between the hourly rate for the middle woman compared to the middle man.

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  • 4ukics.com Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

    92%73%

    6%13%

    Understanding our Workforce Profile

    We employ and engage with more than 20,000 people in a diverse range of health, life sciences, diversified healthcare and social care roles. As such, our payroll includes both direct employees, as well as candidates (who we engage with to fulfil roles on behalf of ICS businesses) across the many services we offer.

    Our candidates make up 92.5% of employees falling in scope for GPG reporting, with 7.5% reflecting our direct employees. As a result, our Gender Pay Gap largely reflects our candidate workforce, and we fully appreciate that our actions to address our gender pay gap need to take account of both our candidates and our direct employees.

    A factor that specifically influences our Gender Pay Gap is the proportion of part- time workers, as the calculations only take account of the actual pay and not the full time equivalent. The increased proportion of female part time employees is shown below (the data is too complex to capture for our Candidates);

    Male | Female

    12.4% 6.5%

    Proportion of bonus payments made

    Pay quartiles

    Band

    D (Upper) Female: 4,329 Male: 1,587

    Band

    C Female: 4,928 Male: 987

    Band

    B Female: 4,613 Male: 1,302

    Band

    A (Lower) Female: 4,472 Male: 1,443

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  • 5ukics.com Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

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    Our gender pay gap at ICS

    Mean and Median pay gap

    • Our mean pay gap demonstrates that on average men are paid 14% higher than women, which represents a slight decrease from our previous years reporting of 0.3%.

    • The median pay gap displays that on average women are paid 2% (rounded) higher than men; representing an increase since 2018 in a gap existing in favour of women.

    To put this in perspective the UK has a national median GPG of 17.3%, which has fallen slightly since 2018 (17.8%).

    Our results therefore indicate both a GPG trend that is below that of the national average in the UK, but also one that is displaying positive signs towards a reduction in our overall GPG from previous years.

    Male | Female

    2019 2018 2017 Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    14%

    15.7%

    15.7%

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% less

    72% less

    56% less

    £1 £.86

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap

    2% less

    £.98 £1

    £1 £.28

    £1 £.44

    -1.9%

    0.9%

    0.4%

    72%

    70.4%

    70.2%

    55.6%

    59.7%

    48.2%

    Male | Female

    2019 2018 2017 Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    14%

    15.7%

    15.7%

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% less

    72% less

    56% less

    £1 £.86

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap

    2% less

    £.98 £1

    £1 £.28

    £1 £.44

    -1.9%

    0.9%

    0.4%

    72%

    70.4%

    70.2%

    55.6%

    59.7%

    48.2%

    Median gender pay gap

    Median gender pay gap

    Mean gender pay gap

    Mean gender pay gap

    Source: https://www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/peopleinwork/ earningsandworkinghours/bulletins/genderpaygapintheuk/2019

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% 15.7% 15.7%

    72% 70.4% 70.2%

    55.6% 59.7%

    48.2%

    -1.9% 0.9% 0.4%

    Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% 15.7% 15.7%

    72% 70.4% 70.2%

    55.6% 59.7%

    48.2%

    -1.9% 0.9% 0.4%

    Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    0.4%15.7%

    20172017

    0.9%15.7%

    20182018

    -1.9%14%

    2019 2019

  • 6ukics.com Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% 15.7% 15.7%

    72% 70.4% 70.2%

    55.6% 59.7%

    48.2%

    -1.9% 0.9% 0.4%

    Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Gender Pay Gap Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

    14% 15.7% 15.7%

    72% 70.4% 70.2%

    55.6% 59.7%

    48.2%

    -1.9% 0.9% 0.4%

    Mean Gender Pay Gap

    Median Gender Pay Gap

    Mean Bonus Pay Gap

    Median Bonus Pay Gap

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    female

    Mean and Median bonus gap

    • Our mean bonus gap highlights that on average men are paid 72% more than women (a slight increase from 2018)

    In respect of those receiving bonus it is a very small proportion of our overall workforce, with the number of men receiving bonus almost double the number of women, which reflects our overall workforce profile and the types of roles that our men and women tend to gravitate to (typically men in sales roles and women in support roles)

    Proportion of Bonus Payments Made

    Male | Female

    12.4% 6.5%

    Proportion of bonus payments made

    Pay quartiles

    Band

    D (Upper) Female: 4,329 Male: 1,587

    Band

    C Female: 4,928 Male: 987

    Band

    B Female: 4,613 Male: 1,302

    Band

    A (Lower) Female: 4,472 Male