The gender pay gap measures the difference between average pay for men and women across our organisation.
We are very pleased to share details of our gender pay gap in our latest report for 2018. At Saint-Gobain, we want everyone who works with us to thrive both personally and professionally and to have every opportunity to develop a fulfilling career in an open and engaging culture. I welcome the introduction of mandatory gender pay gap reporting as an opportunity for Saint-Gobain to share the positive work.
Mike Chaldecott, CEO, Saint-Gobain, UK & Ireland
Gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish calculations every year showing the pay gap between their male and female employees. This information should be made available on their website, and published on the Government’s website which can be found by clicking here.
The below mandatory calculations must be shown, these include:
Including the following businesses and departments: • Jewson, one of the UK’s largest sustainable timber and builders’ merchant, Graham, Minster, George Boyd, Neville Lumb, Priority Plumbing and our Shared Services departments are also included within this legal entity. This entity has in excess of 750 branches across the country. • 9,432 colleagues
Including the following businesses: • Calders & Grandidge, Chadwicks, CTD, Frazer, Gibbs & Dandy, Ideal Bathrooms, IDS, International Timber & Pasquill. This entity has in excess of 200 branches across the country. • 3,465 colleagues
Including the following businesses: • British Gypsum, Weber, Celotex, Saint-Gobain PAM, Formula and Ecophon – these businesses represent some of the most trusted and respected in the construction sector manufacturing plaster and plasterboard products, technical mortars and high performance insulation. • 2,355 colleagues
Including the following businesses and operations: • Saint-Gobain Glass Limited and Glassolutions. These two brands manufacture, process and install, repair and refurbish glass facades and domestic glass products. • 1,222 colleagues
• Saint-Gobain Limited’s primary role is to represent the Saint-Gobain Group locally within the UK and Ireland, providing centres of expertise to support the UK & Ireland Saint-Gobain businesses. • Comprised of Shared Service and Head Office functions including: Finance, IT, HR, Communications, Legal and other professional services. • 303 colleagues