Since 2017, gender pay gap reporting legislation has required employers with 250 or more employees to report and publish information on the pay gap between their male and female employees on an annual basis.
The gender pay gap data highlights the difference between the average pay of men and women; it is not a measure of equal pay, which relates to what men and women are paid for the same or similar roles or work of equal value.
The Council data reports are shown below:
Gender Pay Gap Report - February 2020174.21KB
Gender Pay Gap Report - March 20191.57MB
Gender Pay Gap Report - March 2018173.7KB