Warwick University Enterprises Ltd trading as Unitemps

Unitemps: 2023 Gender Pay Report Insights

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Our gender pay gap report

At Unitemps our activities have been developed for the education sector. We are driven by a core belief that success comes from those that harness the benefits of a truly diverse and inclusive culture. We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all throughout our activities.

What is the gender pay gap?

The gender pay gap displays the difference in average pay between male and female employees. This is different to equal pay which ensures male and female employees receive the same pay for the same role. As a recruitment business, this report takes into account the placement of candidates into temporary positions at all levels across our clients’ organisations. A more detailed breakdown of the proportion of male and female employees at each pay quartile is shown below.

Upper Quartile58.1%41.9%
Upper Middle Quartile62.4%37.6%
Lower Middle Quartile61.7%38.3%
Lower Quartile63.6%36.4%

Understanding our gender pay gap

This information illustrates the mean and median gender pay gap across the candidates placed at our clients’ organisations. The data establishes that there is very little difference between male and female employees pay.

The mean average gender pay gap = -0.5%
The median average gender pay gap = 0.7%

Understanding our gender bonus gap

In 2023, our gender bonus gap identified 10 males (1.4% of total male relevant employees) and 13 females (1.1% of total female relevant employees) were allocated bonuses from their employers, demonstrating that there are a very small number of our clients that operate a bonus scheme within their organisations. Where our clients do offer a reward, the structure of these schemes varies significantly which impacts our gender bonus gap. The mean average gender bonus gap is -60.1% and the median average gender bonus gap is -5.3%. *

*The large difference between the mean and median bonus pay gap was due to a few large bonuses from a particular client which have disproportionately increased the mean bonus gap. If the two largest cases were to be excluded the mean bonus pay gap would have been -16.3%.

Christopher Hunt
Commercial Director