At The Myton Hospices we are committed to an equal opportunities approach in everything we do.
This means that we seek to ensure anyone connected with Myton, from patients and families through to donors, supporters, volunteers and staff are treated fairly, appropriately and with dignity and respect. From our day to day activities to our strategic decision-making we consider how the ways we work may affect different groups and actively eliminate or reduce negative impact and discrimination.
We are proactive in gaining feedback from the widest possible group of stakeholders and constantly strive to engage with as wide a range of people as possible in all aspects of Myton enabling us to develop in a way which builds our organisation learning, understanding and responsiveness to all.
The Myton Hospice's Gender Pay Gap Data 2020-2021
- When comparing median pay, our female employees’ hourly pay is 8.7% higher than our male employees’. This means that women earn £1.09 for every £1 that men earn when comparing median hourly pay.
- When comparing mean (average) pay, our female employee’s hourly pay is 2.4% lower than our male employees’. This has improved from a gap of 6% in 2018.
- In Myton, the majority of our employees are female. Women occupy 82% of the highest paid jobs and 76% of the lowest paid jobs: