Target welcomes the opportunity to report our Gender Pay Gap figures and to be transparent about our gender pay difference and the positive actions we as a Company can continue to take to reduce this gap and ensure opportunities for all employees.
Our aim is to reduce our Gender Pay Gap and we have formulated a multi-faceted approach to allow us to build on and work towards fulfilling this goal.
Our results have been calculated using the required snapshot date of 5th April 2020 and have been independently verified.
% of Females and Males employed by pay band
“It’s great to see that some of our hard work has paid off with our gender pay gap reducing for this reporting period. Although there’s a long way to go, I’m immensely proud to be part of a Company so committed and passionate to closing our gender pay gap.”
Matt Davies, HR Director and Exco Sponsor for Diversity and Inclusion
Our plans to further close the gap
Our women’s network, Women in Target, has continued to work on addressing the gender pay gap, and creating development opportunities for our colleagues.
We’ve worked with Chwarae Teg to support the development of Women in Wales and secured six places for the Evolving Leaders Programme 2021 (ILM Level 5).
We continue to work towards our pledges as part of the Women in Finance Charter.
We’ve launched a company wide Diversity and Inclusion training, which encompasses key topics across the core areas of D+I, including Gender and Gender Equality.
We’re developing a leadership and mentoring programme for all colleagues across all levels in the company – making sure that everyone has opportunity to reach their potential.
We build relationships across our networks, with other businesses, our community and our supply chain to champion Gender Equality.