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Gender Pay Gap Report

Wells & Co – Gender Pay Gap Report 2023

At Wells & Co, we are committed to promoting gender equality in the workplace and ensuring that all our employees are fairly compensated for their work. In accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, we are required to report on our gender pay gap data annually.

Our gender pay report includes information on the difference in average hourly pay between male and female employees, as well as the proportion of male and female employees in each quartile of our pay distribution. We also report on the difference in bonus pay between male and female employees.

In addition to fulfilling our reporting obligations, we have recently been working on Succession Planning to ensure that we have a diverse and inclusive pipeline of talent for future leadership positions. We believe that by creating an inclusive and diverse workplace, we will not only create a fairer and more equitable work environment for our employees, but we will also be better positioned to meet the needs of our customers and stakeholders.

A note from our Chief People Officer – Franki Hale:

We are constantly working to improve the development opportunities and benefits package for all our employees, with the work we have done this year on benchmarking all our roles within Wells & Co, we are confident we are competitive in the market.  We are extremely proud of our diverse workforce and have implemented several initiatives this year to promote diversity and inclusion in our workplace.  Although we are happy with our progress, we are committed to maintaining gender equality and creating a level playing field for all who work at Wells & Co.


As a responsible employer, we will continue to monitor and report on our gender pay gap data, and we remain dedicated to creating a culture that values and respects diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Click here to view our 2022/23 Gender Pay Gap Report. (Opens a new window)


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