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Gender Pay Gap Report


The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 requires organisations employing more than 250 people to undertake Gender Pay Reporting and publish the results in both the Company’s and Government website within one calendar year of April 5th 2018.

Pacific Care Limited’s report covers the snapshot date of 5th April 2018 and comprises of calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation, on that date.

Workforce by Gender

Pacific Care is a diverse organisation with a predominately female workforce.  As at the 5th April the workforce comprised of 71 males and 334 females (17.5% male and 82.5% female).

Mean Gender Pay Gap:

As at 5th April 2018 average (mean) hourly pay rate for males was £10.47 and average (mean) hourly pay for females was £9.64.

This means that the mean gender pay gap as at 5th April 2018 was 8% ie mean pay for males was 8% more than mean pay for females.

Median Gender Pay Gap:

As at 5th April 2018 median hourly pay for males was £8.50

Median hourly pay for females was £8.45

This gives a median gender pay gap of 1% on the reporting date of 5th April 2018 ie median pay for males was 1% more than median pay for females.

Bonus Pay Gap

During the reporting period preceding April 2018 the proportion of males in the workforce receiving bonus was 5% and the proportion of females in the workforce receiving bonus was 5.5%.

Pay Across Quartiles

The pay split is as follows:


Male %

Female %

Upper Quartile




Upper Middle Quartile




Lower Middle Quartile




Lower Quartile


















Conclusions and Actions

Pacific Care Limited are committed to ensure that we continue to promote the progression of women and continue to reduce the gender pay gap.

Declaration : I, Angela Byers, HR Manager, confirm that this information is accurate.

Pacific Care

Pacific Care Suspends Visiting to Care Homes March 2020

As part of our preventative Coronavirus preparations, Pacific Care has suspended visiting to our care homes.

Managing Director, Brendan Brawley said, “Our residents wellbeing is of paramount importance to us, so we have implemented a package of measures to protect our vulnerable residents. We have liaised with all residents and their families and they are supportive of the measures we are putting in place to protect their loved ones. These are preventative measures only and we are following guidance from the NHS.

We have not taken this decision lightly and appreciate this may cause some discomfort, but we feel it is sensible to take these precautionary measures at this time.”

Additional employee health and hygiene protocols are now in place and any non-essential visitors to the care home are now suspended. Residents and their families have been notified and understand the exceptional conditions of the current environment. Provisions have been put in place to ensure family members have regular contact with their loved ones through phone calls, FaceTime and Skype.

Best Wishes,
Brendan Brawley
Managing Director