Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender Pay Gap Report 2021

As an employer with over 250 employees, Dodd Group (Midlands) Ltd presents its fourth Gender Pay Gap Report. The information provided is based upon data as at 5th April 2021.

Pay and bonus gap

Mean

Median

Pay gap

40.3%

48.0%

Bonus pay gap

66.8%

77.1%

Pay quartiles

Male

Female

Upper

97%

3%

Upper Middle

96%

4%

Lower Middle

92%

8%

Lower

38%

62%

Proportion of staff receiving a bonus

Male

5%

Female

6%

We work within the construction industry, a traditionally male dominated sector where the majority of the workforce is made up of onsite trades and engineers, which is also the background of much of our senior management team. Currently this means that women represent a smaller proportion of our workforce and they are predominantly employed in clerical and administrative roles. This gender imbalance is the reason for our gender pay gap.

Dodd Group is committed to working to change the gender imbalance that is prevalent within the construction sector. We remain passionate about providing a fulfilling, diverse and inclusive place to work, with equality and fairness remaining at the heart of our business. We strive to encourage women to join all areas of our company to achieve a better gender representation within our workforce. We are proud to continue our support of the Construction News Inspiring Women in Construction Pledge which aims to attract, develop, and promote more women in our company and industry. This highlights our desire to champion and recognise the achievements of women and to work collaboratively to create an environment that welcomes and helps retain women in the construction sector.

We are confident that we pay men and women equally in equivalent job roles across our business.

I confirm that these calculations are accurate, and that they comply with statutory requirements.

John Kavanagh

Group Managing Director 


Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

Gender Pay Gap Report

As an employer with over 250 employees, Dodd Group (Midlands) Ltd presents its third Gender Pay Gap Report. The information provided is based upon data as at 5th April 2020.

Pay and bonus gap

Mean

Median

Pay gap

41.9%

47.5%

Bonus pay gap

60.8%

Pay quartiles

Male

Female

Upper

98%

2%

Upper Middle

96%

4%

Lower Middle

93%

7%

Lower

34%

66%

Proportion of staff receiving a bonus

Male

13%

Female

5%

We work within the construction industry, a traditionally male dominated sector where the majority of the workforce is made up of onsite trades and engineers, which is also the background of much of our senior management team. Currently this means that women represent a smaller proportion of our workforce and they are predominantly employed in clerical and administrative roles. This gender imbalance is the reason for our gender pay gap.

Dodd Group is committed to working to change the gender imbalance that is prevalent within the construction sector. We are passionate about providing a fulfilling, diverse and inclusive place to work, with equality and fairness remaining at the heart of our business. We strive to encourage women to join all areas of our company to achieve a better gender representation within our workforce. We are proud to support the Construction News Inspiring Women in Construction Pledge which aims to attract, develop, and promote more women in our company and industry. This highlights our desire to champion and recognise the achievements of women and to work collaboratively to create an environment that welcomes and helps retain women in the construction sector.

We remain confident that we pay men and women equally in equivalent job roles across our business.

I confirm that these calculations are accurate, and that they comply with statutory requirements.

John Kavanagh

Group Managing Director 


Gender Pay Gap Report 2018

As an employer with over 250 employees, Dodd Group (Midlands) Ltd presents its second Gender Pay Gap Report. The information provided is based upon data as at 5th April 2018.

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Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

As an employer with over 250 employees, Dodd Group (Midlands) Ltd presents its first Gender Pay Gap Report. The information provided is based upon data as at 5th April 2017.

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