Gender pay reporting

As a business employing more than 250 members of staff, the West Brom is required to publish information relating to gender pay. Our latest report is available here, which includes an update on the Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

As a business employing more than 250 members of staff, the West Brom is required to publish information relating to gender pay. Our latest report is available here, which includes an update on the Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

The West Brom is proud to be an equal opportunities employer, not just in relation to gender diversity but also on the grounds of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, age and disability.

Information contained within our gender pay report includes the average differences in pay and bonus pay between male and female employees, the proportion of men and women receiving bonuses and the proportion of men and women within the organisation according to quartile pay bands.

We are happy to report such data externally as we believe that being open and transparent on gender pay is a positive step in moving the diversity agenda forward.

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View our gender pay report