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Closing the Pay Gaps: Gender, Ethnicity, Disability

The gender pay gap is the difference in hourly pay between the total population of men in the workforce and the total population of women in the workforce.

In our annual report, we provide information on the gender pay gap at the University of Warwick for the snapshot date of 31 March 2020, in line with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

We have chosen also to consider pay gaps in relation to other protected characteristics and we will initially be focusing on ethnicity and disability. Accordingly in this report we will address these pay gaps alongside the gender pay gap.

We analyse this data and look at the context for the figures, and we set out our continued commitment to improve the gender pay gap (and other pay gaps) at the University through steps we’ve already put in place, and through the further actions that we have identified.

For more information, download the Pay Gap Report 2020 .

If you'd like to learn more about gender pay gap data and can't find what you need here, contact us and let us know.


Past Reports

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ED&I Newsletter

Training, Guidance and Resources

Staff Networks - including BAME and Disabiltiy Staff Networks

Taskforces and SIC - including Gender Task Force, Race Equality Taskforce and Disability Taskforce


Gender Initiatives

Charters - including Athena Swan (gender equality Charter Mark), Race Equality Charter, and Disability Standard