MHA Gender Pay Gap

MHA is fully committed to equality. We pay men and women equally for the same role.

MHA is fully committed to equality. We pay men and women equally for the same role. Our gender pay data shows the difference in average pay between all men and women in the workforce.

MHA’s analysis is positive with a small gap compared to the UK generally, and we remain committed to driving equality through our EDI strategy, policies and practices every day.

Across the organisation men were paid 1.3% more than women in 2023, using a median average calculation. None of our colleagues in the organisation are paid a bonus. MHA employs significantly more women than men, almost a 4.5:1 ratio which results in reasonably significant fluctuations in our gender pay data.

We have a good record of commitment to equality and the development of our people. This is augmented through five staff networks which help further awareness and inclusion for gender, religion, race, sexual orientation and disability. The networks host a variety of events and activities to raise awareness among colleagues and support issues relating to race, faith and belief, gender, disability and sexual orientation.

The median pay gap figure is the most commonly used for the gender pay gap. However, no single metric will capture the full picture of what is happening at an organisation, so it is useful to look at both median and mean pay.

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