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Centre Circle Management Limited
Gender Pay Gap Report

Centre Circle Management Limited usually employs more than 250 and therefore it would be a legal requirement to publish an annual gender pay gap report showing the difference in average female earnings compared to average male earnings.

At the snapshot date of 5 April 2021, there were still COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, particularly on the entertainment sector, and so the company was not operating at its pre COVID-19 level of activity. Nevertheless the company felt it important to publish data to show the improvement in female participation. Here is the report:

Hourly pay gap
In this organisation, women earn 98p for every £1 that men earn when comparing the mean hourly pay. At 5 April 2020 this was 95p. Their median hourly pay is now 0.6% lower than men’s.

There are no bonuses to report upon.

The percentage of women in each pay quarter
In this organisation, women occupy 23% of the highest paid jobs and 32% of the lowest paid jobs:

Band Males Females
Lower quartile (lowest paid) 68% 32%
Lower middle quartile 74% 26%
Upper middle quartile 70% 30%
Upper quartile (highest paid) 77% 23%

Our Gender Pay report

There is an under representation of women in senior roles, which typically attract higher levels of pay. Across our industry this is not uncommon; the security sector has been predominantly male orientated. Far fewer women are attracted to security work. The industry is changing and that is evidenced by the fact that we are employing more women than previously and more of those are found in the upper quartiles that at 5 April 2020. It still remains that we employ more women as a percentage of the workforce in the lower and lower middle quartiles but it is more evenly balanced than previously.

We are committed to supporting diversity and inclusion at this organisation and committed to removing our gender pay gap so employees feel confident in knowing that our organisation is a place where they can get on.

I confirm that the information in this statement is accurate.

Martin Rowden
29 March 2022

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