Gender pay report
Pay gap data 2023 release
Creating a diverse and inclusive organisation
As part of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, the Government requires organisations with 250 or more employees to report annually on the differences between average and median levels of pay for men and women. This difference is known as the ‘gender pay gap’. Ricardo has two legal entities with 250 or more employees:
- Ricardo UK Ltd (which includes UK employees in the internal business units: Automotive, Performance Products, Strategic Consulting).
- Ricardo EE (Ricardo AEA Ltd, trading as Ricardo Energy & Environment).
Gender pay gap reporting
As part of our commitment to promoting equality and fairness in the workplace, we are pleased to publish our gender pay gap figures for the 2022 financial year (released in 2023). These can be accessed via the links below:
We believe that creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is not only the right thing to do, but it is also crucial for our continued success. We are committed to working towards reducing our gender pay gap and creating equal opportunities for all employees.
We can confirm that the above published information is accurate and approved by Mary Moore, Group People, Team and Organisation Director for Ricardo plc.