As a Company with more than 250 employees we are required by law to publish our Gender Pay Gap Figures. These figures show the difference between male and female average hourly pay, average bonus pay, the number of males and females receiving bonuses and the proportion of males and females in each quartile of the company’s pay structure. The gender pay gap is different to equal pay regulations which require men and women to receive equal pay for carrying out the same or similar jobs or work of equal value. The gender pay gap report shows the difference in the average pay between all men and women in a workforce.
The gender pay gap calculations have been completed on the snapshot date of 5th April 2018.
The Mean calculation is based on the average of all pay and the Median calculation is the middle rate when the figures are listed in numerical order.
Our review identified that our mean hourly pay gap remains unchanged at 8% and our median hourly gender pay gap has increased to 8%. We are pleased that our gap remains lower than the average for our industry and in comparison to the gap reported nationally.
Mean Hourly Rate of Pay
Women’s Mean Hourly Rate of Pay is 8% Lower than Men’s
Median Hourly Rate of Pay
Women’s Median Hourly Rate of Pay is 8% Lower than Men’s
Whilst more women are in roles that are eligible for performance related bonuses the median bonus pay gap result is affected by bonuses paid to men in managerial roles.
Mean Bonus Pay
Women’s Mean Bonus Pay is 25% Higher than Men’s
Median Bonus Pay
Women’s Median Bonus Pay is 18% Higher than Men’s
Proportion of Males and Females receiving a Bonus Payment:
Whilst our Board of Directors consists of two males and three females the majority of roles that have formed the Upper Pay Quartile are typically male orientated roles. In particular the roles of General Managers and Head Chefs. However this year we have seen a 9% increase in Female employees in the Upper Quartile.
We will continue to provide opportunities to all employees regardless of gender but hope to continue in the future to promote and offer more opportunities to female employees into what are traditionally seen as male orientated roles.
Cotswold Inns & Hotels
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Welcome to Cotswold Inns and Hotels - a unique collection of charming places to stay; relaxing locations to gather and a good excuse of an indulgent bite to eat. Located within the quintessential beauty of The Cotswolds, find out more by clicking on the map.
Explore an ancient market town deep in the heart of The Cotswolds. Full of friendly locals and a few rural royals, Tetbury is home to the well-known Highgrove shop and a fabulous collection antique shops and boutiques that will inspire the eye. With the famous Westonbirt Arboretum just up the road, pull on your wellies and take an amble around 15,000 different types of trees from all over the globe.
Located on the rambling banks of the River Windrush, Burford is one of the much-loved treasures of The Cotswolds. Known for its quaint little shops and galleries nestled along the old high street; fall in love with its charm and become enchanted by its character with plenty to discover and explore during your visit.
Situated on the famous Roman Fosse Way, the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh is a treasure to The Cotswolds. Renowned for its historic charm dating back to the 13th century, it’s a favourite amongst boutique shoppers and antique hunters with a few enticing cafes along the way offering a taste of quintessential Britain. Amble around the buzzy market on Tuesdays or try your hand at falconry at Batsford Arboretum- there’s plenty to explore and discover.
Located in the picturesque Cotswold village of Bibury, famous for its grassy meadows, honey-coloured cottages and the River Coln that gently flows through the middle. It's no wonder William Morris called it 'the most beautiful village in England'. With plenty to explore and discover, the famous Bibury Trout Farm is definitely worth a visit during your stay at The Swan.
Nestled amongst The Cotswold wool towns, Stroud is known for its cafe culture, arts and crafts. Nicknamed the “Covent Garden of The Cotswolds” by Jasper Conran, the surrounding Cotswold Hills exhibits stunning views that stretch all the way to Wales. These have since inspired the work of the many artists who have come to live in the local area.