We’ve just published our gender pay gap figures for April 2019, marking our third year of reporting. 

The gender pay gap is the difference in the pay and bonuses of all men and all women across our business. This is a comparison between the average (mean) and mid-point levels (median) for each gender.  A gender pay gap therefore suggests that a greater proportion of the male population in an organisation are in positions that command higher pay, when compared to the female population. To remove the gap, we need greater gender balance across the organisation.

As at April 2019, both our median and mean gender pay gaps were at 37%.  Whilst there is clearly more work to be done, we’re really pleased to say that between April 2017 and April 2019, we’ve increased female representation in the upper salary quartile from 30% to 39%.  This has contributed to a 7% reduction in our mean gender pay gap over the same time period.  If we continue this momentum, we will eliminate our gender pay gap by 2030.

Click here to see the full gender pay report for shore and to find out more about the initiatives already happening, and those planned, to improve gender balance across Carnival UK. For our fleet report, please click here.

To view the frequently asked questions, please click here.

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