Supply chain and distribution specialist Oakland International are ‘delighted’ that its gender pay gap review found no disparity between the rates of pay between men and woman across its business operation.
Oakland International employees are split between 74% males and 26% female workers working in a predominantly warehousing and storage setting.
Oakland International HR Director, Cory Winstanley, commented: “In real terms Oakland pays on average 0.8% higher to its female workers despite having far more men working across the business.
A multi-award winner and the holder of two Queens Awards for Enterprise, Oakland International is a BRC double A accredited business and a specialist at providing contract packing, storage, picking, food distribution and brand development support for ambient, chilled and frozen food to the retail, convenience, discount, wholesale and food service markets.
Added Cory: “We have a strong policy of employee equality, with good performers able to earn more. The main Board demonstrates our strive to ensure that promotion is set against quality and performance with a 50:50 split in the Boardroom.”