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Gender Pay Gap Statement

26 Feb 2019

Gender Pay Gap headerAs Cornerstone employs more than 250 colleagues it is required to comply with government regulations on gender pay gap reporting by publishing details of its gender pay gap, specifically the difference in average female earnings compared to average male earnings.

The data shows:

 Difference in Mean Pay

-1.19%

Difference in Median Pay

0.00%

Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap

Not Applicable

Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap

Not Applicable

Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap

Not Applicable

Percentage Who Receive a Bonus

 

 

 

 

Not Applicable

 

 

 

 

Salary Quartiles

 

% Female

% Male

 

 

 

Lower Quartile

 

75.41%

24.59%

 

 

Lower Middle Quartile

 

78.86%

21.14%

 

 

Upper Middle Quartile

 

79.47%

20.53%

 

 

Upper Quartile

 

80.86%

19.14%

 

 

Total

78.65%

21.35%

 

 The data shows that there continues to be no gender pay gap in Cornerstone; females on average earn more than males in Cornerstone.  This is due to employing around 80% females who are represented at all levels of our organisation. We are keen to encourage more men to work in social care.

We appoint on merit and our values, regardless of age, race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or religion and belief; and will continue to ensure that equal pay and opportunities are promoted, and that all colleagues are treated fairly.

Mairi Martin

Leader of Exceptional Services (Cornerstone Central)