As a business Wentworth Club aspires to be the world’s premier private golf and country club. We recognize that our employees are our greatest asset and play a fundamental role in the club achieving its vision. Therefore, we strive to create a high performing team that is diverse, fair and inclusive. We are committed to building a company where all employees feel valued and welcome regardless of their ethnicity, gender, age, disability or religion.
As an equal opportunities employer, we have created a structured pay scale that pays our employees by their position and that ensures employees’ pay and bonus is a reflection of performance over any other factor.
We believe that the Gender Pay Gap reporting is an important step in ensuring we continue to create a diverse, fair and inclusive environment for our employees and that it encourages greater equality in the workplace.
Our Gender Pay Gap Report suggests that we have areas where we can do more to support gender equality. Currently, our workforce is made up of 64% male employees and 36% females. This has had a big impact on the overall statistics. However, we need to analyse the data in detail to understand the reasons behind some of the gaps. This will allow us to build an action plan which will help us improve our Gender Pay Gap.
To help improve our pay gap, we will continue to:
-Provide access to training and development opportunities to encourage and promote progression into more senior roles.
-Continue to ensure our HR policies encourage and support diversity in the workplace through practices such as flexible working.
-Attract and recruit the best person for all our positions regardless of gender but always based on experience, skills and attitude.
-Review our pay scales both internally and externally.
Gender Pay and Bonus Gap
|Difference between Men & Women||Mean||Median|
|Gender Pay Gap||13%||12%|
|Gender Bonus Gap||12%||(38)%*|
Employees who received bonus pay
|Difference between Men & Women||Females||Males|
This shows the proportion of males and females in each Quartile Pay Band.
|Females||Males||Total||Female %||Male %|
|Lower Middle Quartile||21||48||69||30||70|
|Upper Middle Quartile||18||35||53||34||66|