Our results for 2022

On the snapshot date in April 2022, the Group's UK employees, relevant for gender pay reporting, amounted to 536 employees.

Gender Pay Gap

This reports the difference between the gross hourly earnings for all men and the gross hourly earnings for all women.

Our latest information illustrates a positive shift in our gender pay gap data compared to last year. We are pleased to report that both the mean and median difference in hourly rate of pay for males and females does again compare favourably in relation to the current national average. The 2021 national average mean gender pay gap is 7.9% and the national average median gender pay gap is 15.4%.

Gender pay gap graphic

Gender Balance

At a Group level the overall percentage split of male and female employees has stayed broadly the same. The proportion of men and women in each of the four pay quartiles is reflective of our company demographic where there is a significantly higher number of male employees, which is reflected in the lower share of females across the quartiles.

It is important to note that this does not reflect any inequality within our pay structures. Our latest data shows a positive shift in females moving from the lower quartiles to the upper quartiles, evidencing the number of women in higher paid jobs increasing.

Gender pay gender balance graphic

Proportion receiving a bonus

The proportion of women and men receiving a bonus is broadly level overall.

The difference in gender pay using bonus pay across male and female employees.

Gender pay proportion receiving a bonus graphic

We are committed to continuously reviewing and assessing the levels of gender equality in Marley, the balance of male and female employees at the different levels, and how effectively we are maximising and rewarding talent.

I confirm that the information contained in the gender pay gap report dated 4th April 2022 is accurate.

David Speakman
Chief Executive Officer