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Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender pay gap reporting legislation requires that, from 2017, any organisation that has 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.

The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of male and female employees, expressed relative to male earnings. As an employer who meets the criteria, we are required by law to carry out Gender Pay Reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

This Report is based on the pay period of 03/04/2023 to 07/04/2023.

Total Employee Split – Male (72.46%) Female (27.54%)

Average Mean

  • Female Mean Hourly Rate: £25.09
  • Male Mean Hourly Rate: £20.17

((£20.17 – £25.09)/£20.17) x100 = -24.40%

Female Mean Hourly Rate is 24.40% Higher

Average Median

  • Female Mean Hourly Rate: £38.41
  • Male Mean Hourly Rate: £14.98

((£14.98 – £38.41)/£14.98) x100 = -156.40%

Female Median Hourly Rate is 156.40% Higher


  • Upper Quartile – Male (56.10%) Female (43.90%)
  • Upper Middle Quartile – Male (57.14%) Female (42.86%)
  • Lower Middle Quartile – Male (88.10%) Female (11.90%)
  • Lower Quartile – Male (88.10%) Female (11.90%)


Apex Europe Ltd is part of a group of companies that engages with contractors based in the UK, who work on a temporary basis in many different sectors ranging from social care to construction.

Our contractors source their assignments through recruitment agencies and negotiate contract rates directly with the recruitment agency.

Our gender pay results and information set out in this report are accurate and reflective of the construction sector that Apex Europe Ltd primarily operates in.

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