In line with the requirement for gender pay gap reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, EnQuest’s gender pay gap results following analysis of our staff in the UK are set out below.
When assessing these results, it is important to remember that the calculations take no account of the seniority or type of role of the individual, nor do they adjust for the impact of flexible working arrangements. Having a gender pay gap does not mean that the pay practices at EnQuest are unequal. As a Company, we are absolutely committed to delivering equal pay and we do not believe that we have an equal pay issue within EnQuest.
Pay Gap as of April 2017:
|Mean Pay Gap||38.7%|
|Median Pay Gap||31.6%|
Bonus Gap for the Period April 2016 – March 2017:
|Mean Bonus Gap||44.9%|
|Median Bonus Gap||23.1%|
Percentage of Employees Awarded a Bonus:
|% in Receipt|
Gender Pay Quartiles
|Males, %||Females, %|
|Q4 Upper pay quartile (75% - 100%)||91%||9%|
|Q3 Upper middle pay quartile (50% - 75%)||90%||10%|
|Q2 Lower middle pay quartile (25% - 50%)||84%||16%|
|Q1 Lower pay quartile (0% - 25%)||43%||57%|