NWF FUELS LIMITED – GENDER PAY GAP REPORT AS AT APRIL 2020

 

INTRODUCTION

 

INDUSTRY BACKGROUND

NWF Fuels Limited supplies a comprehensive range of oil products coast-to-coast throughout England and Wales to Domestic, Agricultural, Commercial and Retail customers.

As at April 2020 the Company employed 338 with 152 (44.97%) of employees in Driver positions and the remaining 55.03% of employees are within Customer Service, Finance and Management roles.

There are currently 21 employees working part time; 6 (1.78%) male and 15 (4.44%) female.

This report contains the Gender Pay Gap for NWF Fuels Limited in line with The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Information) Regulations 2017.

The Company is committed to providing equal opportunities to all employees and continues to offer roles on a flexible basis; examples include part-time working, alternative working hours and term time working arrangements and compressed hours.

GENDER PROFILE

The gender profile for NWF Fuels Limited at April 2020 was as follows: –

  • Male                                                  238
  • Female                                              100
  • Total number of employees           338

 

AVERAGE (MEAN) GENDER PAY REPORT

The difference in mean (average) hourly rate pay between male and female employees is 13.42%.

 

MEDIAN (MIDDLE) GENDER PAY REPORT

The difference in median (middle) hourly pay between male and female full pay employees is 13.42%

 

BONUS PAYMENTS

  • The difference in mean (average) bonus pay (during the preceding 12 months) between male and female colleagues receiving a bonus was 33.10%
  • The difference between the median (middle) bonus pay paid to males and that paid to females was -24.83%
  • The proportions of male and female employees who received bonus pay was 74.37% male and 74.00% female

Narrative:

  • 251 employees received a bonus payment during the preceding 12 months. 177 (70.52%) were male and 74 (29.48%) female.
  • Most of the recipients of bonus payments held full time positions at the date payment was made, there were also 14 part time recipients at the date payment was made.
  • QD contains the higher salaries and most senior managers therefore average bonus payments are higher.
  • The difference between the middle bonus paid to males and that paid to females is £-263.12.

 

 

PROPORTION OF MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES ACCORDING TO QUARTILE PAY BANDS

The proportions of male and female full pay employees in the lower, lower middle, upper middle and upper quartile bands were as follows:

Quartile Female Male
QD Upper (75 – 100%) 20.99% 79.01%
QC Upper middle (50-75%) 20.99% 79.01%
QB Lower middle (25–50%) 28.40% 71.60%
QA Lower (0-25%) 49.38% 50.62%

Narrative:

  • Of the total full pay employees 70.06% were male and 29.94% were female.
  • There is 1 female in a senior management position within band QD and 4 males.
  • There are 30 middle management roles in QD of which 9 are held by females and 21 by males. This represents a 30.00%/70.00% split.
  • The majority of administrative roles are within QA and QB of which 25 (100.00%) are held by females and 0 (00.00%) by males.
  • The biggest mean pay gap between male and female is within QD.

 

Statement of Accuracy

As Managing Director of NWF Fuels Limited, I hereby confirm that the above report is accurate to the best of my information, knowledge and belief.

 

Richard Huxley

Managing Director
NWF Fuels Limited