Our culture, like everything at our company, is made possible by each employee’s contribution to create the environment we work in – and we are proud of the team we’re building.
We are committed to ensuring that our workplace is diverse and representative of our global customer base. At Fairline we respect the unique talents, experiences and viewpoints of all our employees. Different perspectives help us achieve our best work and enable our company to make positive changes.
Our success depends on securing the best talent. Gender balance in the workplace is an essential element enabling us to build the best team possible. The increasing complexity of our business demands that we have the right talent in the right place at the right time.
Research has proven that companies achieving gender balance, especially at leadership levels, yield more positive results. This issue matters to both men and women and is essential to the fulfilment of our company’s values.
Our commitment is embraced in all our policies and working practices. We aim to eliminate discrimination and unlawful practices through the integration of equality principles in the areas of employment, service commissioning, service provision and delivery.
Fairline Yachts Gender Pay Gap Data 2018
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- Women’s hourly rate is 15% higher (mean [average]) and 10% lower (median [middle]).
- Top salary quartile has 86% men and 14% women
- Upper middle salary quartile has 96% men and 4% women
- Lower middle salary quartile has 97% men and 3% women
- Lower salary quartile has 90% men and 10% women
- Women’s median bonus pay is 33% lower than men’s
- 90% of men and 18% of women received bonus pay