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March, 29, 2018
Horwich Farrelly has today published its Gender Pay Gap Report for 2017 in accordance with the guidelines set out in the Equality Act 2010.
Whilst the report identifies a mean and median gender pay gap, as with many other firms the gap is partially attributable to a lower proportion of women in senior leadership and management roles than men.
Horwich Farrelly is committed to bridging the gap and, whilst we acknowledge that no single action can eliminate the gender pay gap, we are working on a number of initiatives to demonstrate our long-term commitment to diversity and inclusion.
These include the recent creation of a Diversity & Inclusion Group, alongside other initiatives in development such as a review of the firm’s Family Friendly Policies, Women in Leadership and Flexible Working.
Thomas Reynard, Chief Operating Officer, said “We truly believe that everyone has talent and something unique to bring to the firm. As such, we are committed to creating an inclusive workplace where employees of all backgrounds are treated equally and can contribute fully to our success.
“Whilst we observe that our pay gap is smaller than many other professional services organisations we are not complacent and recognise there is more to be done. We believe this report will serve to highlight the various initiatives already in progress and provide a catalyst for further enhancement of our strategy.”
To view the Gender Pay Gap Report 2017 click here.
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