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Gender Pay Gap

Total Fitness Health Clubs

Management Statement

I’m pleased to see that Total Fitness continues to demonstrate a relatively balanced gender pay gap for the year ending March 2021. I note the following:

  • A third year demonstrating 0% gender gap on median average pay and an improvement of 2% in an already marginal difference in average pay to 6%
  • While mean average pay shows marginal favourability for men (6%), average bonus pay demonstrates favourability for women by 11%
  • The proportion of females represented in the upper pay quartile has also increased YoY by 6% to 42%, with an over-representation in the Upper-Middle Quartile at 56%

To date we’ve been achieving a good degree of parity in this area without the need for targeted initiatives/activities. We believe that a focus on a broader culture of authentic leadership and personal development – available to all irrespective of diversity – creates an inclusive environment and the best possible level of choice and role accessibility at all levels of the business. It is in this way that the right degree of parity for our business and culture will be achieved.

This said, we naturally maintain a continuous improvement approach in all areas of employee experience which include recruitment, on-boarding, development & recognition, remuneration, and fair working practise.

Sophie Lawler
Chief Executive Officer

Average gender pay gap as a mean average

Male £10.33

Female £9.62

Mean Gender Pay Gap 6.87%

Average gender pay gap as a median average

Male £8.69

Female £8.69

Median Gender Pay Gap 0.00%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average

Male £1,977.60

Female £2,196.94

Mean Gender Pay Gap 11.09%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a median average

Male £308.33

Female £1,058.69

Median Gender Pay Gap 243.36%

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

Male 20%

Female 21%

Mean Gender Pay Gap 3.13%

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

Lower Quartile

Male

80

51%

Female

77

49%

Lower Middle Quartile

Male

81

52%

Female

76

49%

Upper Middle Quartile

Male

69

44%

Female

87

56%

Upper Quartile

Male

90

58%

Female

66

42%