UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Doncasters Group is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that promotes tolerance, mutual respect and equal opportunity.

We also believe that diversity is an essential ingredient in a workplace culture that supports innovation and high performance.

In 2017, the Government made it mandatory for all large organisations to report their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is the difference in average hourly rate of pay between our male and female employees across the whole organisation.

We support the UK Government’s drive for companies to be more transparent on gender pay issues and confirm that the data reported is accurate and in line with The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

Precision castings and superalloy production has traditionally been a male dominated industry however we remain fully committed to improving the gender diversity of our business. We recognise that our pay gap will fluctuate over time as we seek to increase the number of women working at all levels of the organisation.

We are pleased to demonstrate continued progress against these aims in our 2023 report. Our mean gender pay gap has remained at -1.8% compared to a national average of 14.7%. We have seen a decrease in the median pay gap to 7.7% compared to a national average of 8.3%. This improvement is as a result of our ability to hire talented female managers into our Management and Senior Management population.

Despite this progress, we are not complacent. We recognise we need to do more to attract female workers into the precision castings and superalloy production industry, in particular, at entry level roles. This is a key component of our talent acquisition strategy for 2023/24.

Click here to view Doncasters’ 2023 UK Gender Pay Gap Report

Mike Quinn         Ben Hooper
CEO                       Chief People Officer