Gender Pay Gap
The gender pay gap refers to differences in the average earnings of males and females, regardless of their role or seniority.
Like all companies in the UK with over 250 employees, we’re required to publish our gender pay gap figures. This transparent reporting inspires action to address pay inequality. It also keeps us accountable for supporting women in our business.
About our 2021 results
"Our people showed great resilience in 2021 as we continued to battle through the pandemic. We’ve worked together to sustain our business and protect jobs despite some big challenges.
We remain committed to creating a diverse and inclusive place to work. Different perspectives and backgrounds help us to be more innovative, creative, and effective as a business.
Since our last report, we have implemented a more inclusive recruitment process and launched a Women in Leadership programme for our high-potential employees.
Our colleagues have formed Equal Plane, a business resource group dedicated to empowering women to fly higher. Members of this group sit on our Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion (DE&I) Council.
As we build back fitter and stronger, equality will be central to the plan to hire 400 new colleagues in 2022.
We’re at a unique point in Gatwick’s history. We’ll need everyone’s perspective to find the creative and ambitious solutions that will help us grow back stronger. Diversity, equality, and inclusion simply must be a priority for us."