Gender Pay Gap
Gender pay reporting legislation requires City Hospitals Sunderland to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees.
What is the Gender Pay Gap?
The Gender Pay Gap is an equality measure that shows the difference (mean and median) in average earnings between men and women. The Gender Pay Gap is not the same as equal pay.
This report shows City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust’s gender pay gap, at 31 March 2018, as required by The Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017.
Workforce gender split
82% of employees are women; 18% of employees are male
Proportion by pay band quartiles
Lower quartile: 13.2 men; 86.7 women
Lower middle quartile: 13.1 men; 86.9 women
Median hourly pay rates
17.5% pay gap: £16.52 for men; £13.69 for women
Upper middle quartile: 14.4 men; 85.5 women
Upper quartile: 68.8 men; 31.1 women
Mean hourly pay rates
37.63% pay gap: £23.78 for men; £14.90 for women
Gender Pay Gap for bonus pay
Proportion of men who receive a bonus: 10.63%
Proportion of women who receive a bonus: 0.72%
Mean bonus pay gap: 30.77%
Median bonus pay gap: 51.99%