MAN Truck and Bus UK Limited, Snapshot date 5th April 2017

Difference in:
Mean hourly rate of pay at 5th April 2017 25%
Median hourly rate of pay as at 5th April 2017 19%
Mean bonus pay in 12 months ending 5th April 2017 70%
Median bonus pay in 12 months ending 5th April 2017 22%
 
Proportion of male and female employees who received bonus pay in 12 months ending 5th April 2017 Male 67%
Female 82%
 
Proportion of male and female employees according to quartile pay bands as at 5th April 2017
Lower quartile based on hourly pay rate Male 69%, Female 31%
Lower middle quartile Male 78%, Female 22%
Upper middle quartile Male 91%, Female 9%
Upper quartile Male 90%, Female 10%

The Gender Pay Gap Information for MAN Truck and Bus UK Limited on 5th April 2017 is set out above.

The MAN Truck and Bus UK Limited operates within the automotive sector, and the workforce in the automotive sector is typically male. As a company our workforce reflects this and is predominately male. Not only does the organisation have more men than women in the workforce as whole, we also have more men than women in senior roles. This is reflected in the difference in the hourly rate of pay and bonus. In addition the Company has a low proportion of female employees in technical and sales roles. Technicians get shift premiums, on call, and other allowances and sales roles get commission whereas support roles do not. These factors also contribute to the difference in hourly rates of pay.

As a company we recognise the importance of reducing the gender pay gap and we are determined that there will be no discrimination in any of our behaviour, policies, or procedures. We will always appoint and promote the best person for the job regardless of gender, race, religion, or any other factor not relevant to the job. We will robustly tackle any discrimination that we find in the workplace and we will take steps to increase awareness in the organisation of the possibility and effects of unconscious gender bias by training for managers. We will also ensure that appropriate facilities are provided in all locations to ensure that there are no barriers to females entering our workforce in any occupation or role.