Gender pay gap: a comparison

By 4 April 2018, all UK firms with over 250 employees were required to publish details of their gender pay gap.

Although we don’t fit this description and so were not legally required to submit a report, we decided to conduct our own analysis to help us understand our own pay gap patterns and identify ways in which we could make changes for the better.

We are pleased to report that PM+M has a mean gender pay gap of only 2.9 per cent, comparable to the top 20 accountancy practices in the UK which average a 16.8 per cent gap. When looking at the median gender pay gap, PM+M posted a -14.6 per cent gap, which compares to a 12.1 per cent national average and a Lancashire average of 7.6 per cent.

Our minimal pay gap is reflective of our strong belief in a diverse workplace, inclusive culture and flexibility for our people, and we are really proud to be so far ahead of our peers in this area.

With PM+M having a female managing partner and four of our thirteen partners being female, we truly understand the importance of gender diversity in the workplace and equal opportunities for all. Our focus on gender equality as a priority area confirms our commitment to closing the gender pay gap altogether to ensure that diversity and inclusion is maintained at PM+M in the years to come.