Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Our Gender Pay Gap Reports are based on the Government’s methodology set out in The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

“Sigma has grown significantly over the past 12 months and we have promoted many female employees and continue to attract a diverse workforce to join Sigma. In the last 12 months, we have launched our Sigma Women and Diversity Champions and continue to support all our employees to gain a fantastic career in the contact centre industry. It is very important that Sigma provides excellent career and training opportunities for all of our teams and we have recently introduced our Sigma Discovery platform that offers hundreds of free courses to help our people learn and grow.” Jo Regan-Iles, Group People Officer, The Sigma Financial Group. 

The gender pay gap is the difference between the average (mean or median) earnings of men and women across a workforce.

From 2017, employers who have a headcount of 250 employees or more on it‘s snapshot date, must comply with Government regulations on gender pay gap reporting. Gender pay gap calculations are based on employer payroll data drawn from a specific date each year. Gender pay gap calculations are based on employer payroll data drawn from a specific date each year. This specific date is called the ‘snapshot date’.

Our 2019 - 2020 report.

Our 2018 - 2019 report.

Our 2017 - 2018 report.

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