This year, for the first time, UK companies that employ more than 250 people must report on their gender pay gap.
This is a huge step forward for equality and pay transparency. Companies are now required to identify and address gap in pay. As part of this, they must understand the root cause of any pay gap, while finding solutions to create a pay structure that is fair, transparent and ethical.
This is the approach we take at Welcome Break: to treat all our employees in a fair, open and honest way.
We’re a different kind of business, operating multiple brands, with a diverse and inclusive culture. We want to ensure that everyone at Welcome Break, regardless of their age, gender, background, race or ethnicity, has an equal opportunity to develop, progress and thrive within our organisation.
Our desire is to create a company and a culture that attracts and retains the best people in our industry. We also want to reflect the communities that we are a part of and belong to. As such, we strive to achieve a balance of males and female employees across of our different grades and business functions.
If you’d like to know more about our gender pay gap and our commitments, please download our Gender Pay Gap statement below.
CEO Welcome Break