Gender pay gap

At Trowers & Hamlins there is a pay gap for the mean hourly earnings of all UK employees of 16.3% and a median hourly pay gap of 17.5% in favour of men. When we include the Partnership, these figures rise to 24.1% and 38.3% respectively.

Our firm comprises two entities, both of which we must report separately on. 

Gender Pay: Trowers & Hamlins LLP

The difference between men and women

   Mean  Median
 Hourly Paid  15.1%  13.1%
 Bonus Paid  30.8%  38.5%

Proportion of men receiving a bonus: 73.9%
Proportion of women receiving a bonus: 87.3%

Hourly Pay – Pay Quartiles showing gender distribution across the firm by quartiles

 Quartile  Women %  Men %
 Upper Quartile  50.1%  49.1%
 Upper-Middle Quartile  52.6%  47.4%
 Lower-Middle Quartile  60.2%  39.8%
 Lower quartile  68.2%  31.8%


Gender Pay: Trowers & Hamlins (Services) Limited

The difference between men and women

   Mean  Median
 Hourly Paid  30.5%  21.5%
 Bonus Paid  63.7% 29.7%

Proportion of men receiving a bonus: 92.9%
Proportion of women receiving a bonus: 93.4%

Hourly Pay – Pay Quartiles showing gender distribution across the firm by quartiles

 Quartile  Women %  Men %
 Upper Quartile  52.1%  47.9%
 Upper-Middle Quartile  75.7%  24.3%
 Lower-Middle Quartile  81.4%  18.6%
 Lower quartile  71.8%  28.2%
 

Gender Pay Gap report

In the following report we break down this information and provide further analysis so that a greater understanding can be achieved.

Click here to read the report

Click here to read last year's report

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