At Redington, we’ve set ourselves the ambitious goal of helping to make 100m people financially secure – for the benefit of people and planet. While we’re not legally required to publish our gender pay gap (since we employ fewer than 250 people), we’re committed to doing it anyway. This is because, while not a perfect measure, we believe the gender pay gap is an important measure for ourselves and the industry, allowing us to monitor progress concerning our gender representation and pay year-on-year.
Although our gender pay gap is similar to the industry average, it has increased since 2020. This was primarily driven by a small number of senior hires. We recognise this and are taking action across a number of areas to attract and retain women throughout our organisation. We hope, in time, this will help to reduce our gender pay gap.