William Davis Ltd belongs to a group of companies and is the only company in the group required to report on Gender Pay. The prime activity of William Davis Ltd is house-building and the majority of employees included in this report are directly engaged in that activity on construction sites. All Managerial and Administrative staff are employed in a sister company within the group and are not included in the Gender Pay data reported below.
The total number of employees included in this Gender Pat Report is 322: Total Males included - 300 Total Females included - 22
Pay trends are similar to the previous year as the number and nature if the employees remains consistent. Most constructive operatives are not paid by the hour but receive a piecework payment for the value of the work they do, and this is affects the calculation of the average hourly rate for Males. Construction operatives paid piecework for the snapshot date 5 April 2018 represented 63% of the total number of employees and there were no females paid piecework. Where employees are paid an hourly rate, the rate is reflects the role and level of responsibility of that employee and the same rate paid to both men and women for doing the equivalent job across the company.
The hourly pay gap reported below is as expected due to the piecework rates.
Hourly Pay Gap
Bonus payments are paid to all employees dependant upon length of service. Bonus payments to monthly paid salaried staff reflect the level of responsibility and the number of hours worked, whereas all weekly paid construction operatives, who qualify for a bonus, receive the same amount.
The bonus Gap reported above indicated tat average bonus paid to females as being greater than that paid to males. This is due to the that fact that the figures are averaged overall employees and that construction operatives represent 84% of the total number of employees paid a bonus. In reality both males and females are paid the equivalent bonus.
Proportion of Employees receiving a bonus
Bonus Pay Gap
(A negative percentage indicates females were paid more than males)
Because of the nature of the work undertaken, and the fact that trades in our wider industry have been historically more appealing to men, it is notable that female employees comprise a minority of our workforce.