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Gender Pay Gap

Total Fitness Health Clubs

Management Statement

As a female CEO I’m pleased to see that Total Fitness demonstrates a relatively balanced gender pay gap for the year ending March 2018. I note a 0% gender gap on median average for both base and bonus pay.

Appointed in June 2018 I’m pleased to report that we’ve been progressing in this area without the need for targeted initiatives/activities. Rather, we believe that a focus on personal leadership behaviours – available to all irrespective of gender – creates greater role accessibility at all levels of the business. We believe that a focus in this area will naturally be reflected in a further balancing of the current mean average gap.

In addition we naturally maintain our continuous improvement approach in all areas of employee experience which include recruitment, remuneration and fair working practise.

Sophie Lawler
Chief Executive Officer

Average gender pay gap as a mean average

Male £9.93

Female £8.66

Mean Gender Pay Gap 12.78%

Average gender pay gap as a median average

Male £7.47

Female £7.47

Mean Gender Pay Gap 0.00%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average

Male £397.97

Female £421.32

Mean Gender Pay Gap 5.97%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a median average

Male £80

Female £80

Mean Gender Pay Gap 0.00%

Proportion of males receiving a bonus payment and proportion of females receiving a bonus payment

Male 36%

Female 43%

Mean Gender Pay Gap 20.77%

Proportion of males and females when divided into four groups ordered from lowest to highest pay

Lower Quartile

Male

52

54%

Female

45

46%

Lower Middle Quartile

Male

48

49%

Female

50

51%

Upper Middle Quartile

Male

44

45%

Female

54

55%

Upper Quartile

Male

54

55%

Female

44

45%