MIKI TRAVEL GENDER PAY GAP REPORT
The snapshot date of 5th April 2020 represents a very unsettled time for many industries as most countries around the world had entered national lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. The travel industry was critically impacted by the lockdowns which resulted in the sector almost wholly shutting down during this period.
On the snapshot date of 5th April 2020, we employed 363 relevant employees. Of these, 222 (61.2%) were women and 141 (38.8%) were men. However, none could be classified as full pay relevant employees as they were either furloughed or on short time working at that date. No reporting of hourly pay gap statistics has therefore been made as this was not required and it was felt that due to the exceptional circumstances, a fair analysis could not be made. We have, as required, reported bonus pay gap findings based on bonuses paid in the 12 months up to 5th April 2020 for all relevant employees at the snapshot date.
Compared to our last report, our mean gender pay gap for bonuses has decreased by 1.6% and median gender pay gap for bonuses has increased by 2.6%. The differences reflect the larger number of women employed in the business and their greater distribution across all pay quartiles. Of those receiving a bonus, 8.3% more females than males received a bonus during the relevant pay period: in our previous report 4% less women than men had received a bonus.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic remains a significant challenge which is currently the main focus of the business. As part of this, we remain committed to reducing our gender pay gap by encouraging and supporting women in junior positions to develop themselves in both their area of expertise and as managers, so that they may progress to more senior levels.
The figures set out above have been calculated using the standard methodology set out in the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations 2017).
I confirm the data reported is accurate.