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Gender Pay Gap

Total Fitness Health Clubs

Management Statement

Appointed in 2018 I’m pleased to see that Total Fitness continues to demonstrate a relatively balanced gender pay gap for the year ending March 2020. I note the following:

  • A second year demonstrating 0% gender gap on median average pay
  • While mean average pay shows marginal favourability for men (8%), average bonus pay demonstrates favourability for women by 21%
  • The proportion of females represented in the upper pay quartile has reduced by a further 5% YoY to 36%. The net reduction of females in the upper pay quartile is one with an increase of males into the upper pay quartile of 16.

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 inclusion and personal development – available to all irrespective of diversity – creates greater role accessibility at all levels of the business and the consequent degree of parity between genders will be achieved organically.

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 £10.39

Female £9.59

Mean Gender Pay Gap 7.76%

Average gender pay gap as a median average

Male £8.18

Female £8.18

Mean Gender Pay Gap 0.00%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a mean average

Male £3,602.24

Female £3,442.70

Mean Gender Pay Gap 4.43%

Average bonus gender pay gap as a median average

Male £1,624.17

Female £1,975.00

Mean Gender Pay Gap 21.60%

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

Male 24%

Female 23%

Mean Gender Pay Gap 2.54%

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

Lower Quartile

Male

72

55%

Female

60

45%

Lower Middle Quartile

Male

54

41%

Female

77

59%

Upper Middle Quartile

Male

62

47%

Female

69

53%

Upper Quartile

Male

84

64%

Female

47

36%