Our ambition to be a superb provider of public services by being the best managed business in our sector is underpinned by our four strategic priorities; one of which is to create a place that people are proud to work. Creating an inclusive workplace in which everyone can thrive plays a key part in delivering on this priority.
Here at Serco we are committed to ensuring that all our employees are treated fairly, with dignity and respect, and with an equality of opportunity throughout their careers with us. Measuring, understanding and reporting our Gender Pay Gap is an important step on this journey.
Serco has historically had an imbalance in its workforce, employing more men than women, particularly in our business units and operational and technical roles, along with lower representation of women in our senior management teams. However, over recent years we have made good progress in redressing this imbalance.
Whilst we have more work to do, our 2019 median gender pay of 10.2% across our UK workforce represents a reduction from the 11.9%. Our 2019 gender pay gap report shares examples of the progress we have made in supporting our people to achieve their ambitions.