Travel organisation Tui UK has reported a mean gender pay gap of 29.3% for average hourly pay as at April 2020.
The business, which currently has more than 3,000 employees in the UK, reported its gender pay gap data in line with the government’s gender pay gap regulations.
The reporting regulations require employers with 250 or more employees to publish the differences in mean and median hourly rates of pay for male and female full-time employees, the gap in men and women’s mean and median bonus pay, the proportion of male and female employees awarded bonus payments, and the proportion of male and female full-time employees in the lower, lower-middle, upper-middle and upper quartile pay bands.
Its median gender pay gap is 30.8% as at April 2020, compared to 31.6% the previous year. On average, women earn 69p compared to every £1 their male counterparts earn.
Its median gender pay gap for bonuses paid during the reporting period is 0% compared to last year when the median bonus pay for women was 35.4% lower than for men. The mean gender pay gap for bonus payments is 0.2%, compared to 64.3% the previous year.
Over the reporting period, 98.2% of female employees and male employees received bonus payments.
Less than half (41.5%) of employees in the highest pay quartile at Tui UK and Ireland are female, compared to 60.1% in the second quartile, 67.7% in the third quartile and 74.5% in the lowest pay quartile.
A spokesperson at Tui UK said: “Valuing diversity and promoting a culture of inclusion is an essential strategy for the ongoing success of the organisation – our actions in this area are becoming increasingly important to our employees and our customers. As part of our journey to ensure that inclusion and diversity become core to our processes, systems and decisions we have formed a steering group to provide focus and momentum. When it comes to people, our goal is to be all-inclusive.”