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Gender Pay Gap

The gender pay gap is an equality measure that shows the difference in average earnings between women and men.  Since 2017, gender pay gap reporting became mandatory for all employers with 250+ employees.

For the last two years Kent Autistic Trust has been exempt from reporting as our staff count was below the threshold, however; we decided to report our findings to our stakeholders to show our dedication to closing the gap.

 

Please see below The Kent Autistic Trust Gender Pay Gap Reports:

2021:

For the 2021 reporting period we are pleased to have increased our headcount to 295 employees, 226 of which are permanent and 69 are casual staff, thus making our report mandatory this year.

 

 

2020:

For the reporting year 2020 The Kent Autistic Trust (“KAT”) were below this threshold, employing around 190 permanent and 40 casual staff, however as we did in 2019, we have decided to still share our gender gap information with our stakeholders to show our support and commitment to improving the male/female ratio across the organisation.

2019:

For the reporting year 2019 The Kent Autistic Trust (“KAT”) were below this threshold, employing around 170 permanent and 30 casual staff, however we have decided to still share our gender gap information with our stakeholders to show our support and commitment to improving the male/female ratio across the organisation.