Latest News from Vocare


6 October 2021

We are an employer required by law to carry out Gender Pay Gap Reporting.

This involves carrying out a series of calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation; it does not involve publishing individual employee data.

Vocare Limited used payroll information to source the data. This was cross-checked against data maintained in our human resources and rota management systems to ensure that all relevant staff were included correctly. The report was compiled using a snapshot of data which was validated to ensure statistical comparability.

We are using this information to assess:

  • The levels of gender equality in our workplace;
  • The balance of male and female employees at different pay levels;
  • How we reward each gender.

Vocare Limited is committed to the principle of gender pay equality and as part of our routine business we:

  • Regularly review all recruitment practices and processes
  • Ensure all HR policies and procedures are risk assessed to ensure they do not hold unfavourable bias towards one gender
  • Support flexible working


Our analysis shows:

  • We employ a greater number of women in our workforce than men. 68% of the workforce at Vocare are women and 32% are men.
  • The gender pay gap at Vocare remains small.
  • Women’s mean average hourly pay is 5% lower than men’s but the more representative median hourly pay is 4% higher than men’s.
  • Women occupy 72% of the highest paid jobs and 57% of the lowest paid jobs.

I confirm that the reported figures are accurate.

The results of our full analysis are accessible via the dedicated UK government website.

Jayne Storey

Director HR and Recruitment

6 October 2021