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HR Reports

Information about our staff can be found below.

On other parts of the website you can find:

We also provide monthly information which you can access through your HR Manager in the HR Business Support team.

We are happy to discuss any specific reporting needs that you may have beyond these standard reports.  Please contact the HR Management Systems and Information team for a discussion.

Equal Pay Audits

The University supports the principle of equal pay for work of equal value.

  • We are cited by the Equality and Human Rights Commission for our Equal Pay Audits. We were one of the first universities to introduce an Equal Pay Policy and we conduct annual Equal Pay Audits.
  • The gap between the average pay of men and women at the University has steadily improved. (The gap is an average across all jobs - for example more women may be in lower-paid or part-time roles - but we always pay equally for the same job.)
  • The support and commitment demonstrated by the University leaves us better placed to deliver our aim of meeting the legal and ethical obligations of equal pay for work of equal value.
  • Our Equal Pay Audits complement our aims of fairly rewarding staff, increasing efficiency and enhancing our reputation.

To access our Equal Pay Policy click here.

Year

Full-time pay gap

All staff pay gap

Documents

Related documents

2003

21%

31%

EPA 2003

-

2004

19%

29%

EPA 2004

EPA Summary 2004

2005

15%

26%

EPA 2005

EPA Summary 2005

2006

16%

25%

EPA 2006

EPA Summary 2006

2007

14%

24%

EPA 2007

EPA Summary 2007

2008

16%

24%

EPA 2008

EPA Summary 2008

2009

15%

23%

EPA 2009

EPA Summary 2009

2010

14%

22%

EPA 2010

EPA Summary 2010

2011

12%

22%

EPA 2011

EPA Summary 2011

2012

11%

21%

EPA 2012

EPA Summary 2012

2013

9%

17%

Equality and Diversity Annual Report 2012-13 (Charts 13 & 14)

-

2014

6%

15%

Equality and Diversity Annual Report 2013-14  (Charts 9 & 10)

-

Health, Safety and Environment Annual Reports

HESA Staff Return

The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)‌ is the official agency for the collection, analysis and dissemination of accurate and comprehensive statistical information about higher education.‌  HESA data feeds national University League Table rankings.

Every Higher Education Institution has to submit data to HESA.  Teams within Human Resources and Planning & Finance work closely with Faculties to coordinate the return, triangulate data to ensure consistency, and provide context on likely outcomes and impacts.

Return

Business System

Owned by (team)

Service

Contact

Student

SITS

MISD

Planning & Finance

Lisa Warner

Staff

CHRIS21

HRMI

Human Resources

Vikki Hewison

Finance

Oracle Financials

Financial Management

Planning & Finance

Susan Ritchie

Profile

CHRIS21

Strategic Planning

Planning & Finance

Richard Elliott

This page was published on 29 August 2017