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Gender pay report March 2020

Mean pay difference:  3.6%
Median pay difference:  8.3%

The mean pay gap is the difference between the average hourly earnings of male and female employees.

The median pay gap is the difference between the midpoints in the ranges of hourly earnings of male and female employees.

National Star does not pay bonuses, so the requirement to report on bonuses is not applicable.

Pay quartiles

Upper quartile (male – 76, female – 168, total – 244)

Proportion of male employees: 31.1%
Proportion of female employees: 68.9%

Upper-middle quartile (male – 57, female – 187, total – 244)

Proportion of male employees: 23.1%
Proportion of female employees: 76.9%

Lower-middle quartile (male – 58, female – 186, total  – 244)

Proportion of male employees: 23.8%
Proportion of female employees: 76.2%

Lower quartile (male – 58, female – 186, total – 244)

Proportion of male employees: 23.8%
Proportion of female employees: 76.2%

National Star remains strongly committed to the promotion of equality, diversity and inclusion in all that we do.  We employ a large number of staff across many roles and locations, and have staff working on a variety of contracts that include term time and part time working.  Whilst the organisation has grown and diversified in recent years, the majority of staff remain employed in direct care and support-related roles working with our residents and learners.  Our gender split is reflective of the sector with 74% of our workforce being female and 26% male.

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