At Wavemaker UK, we believe in the significant benefits that stem from a more inclusive and diverse organisation. This vision gives us access to a greater range of talent and creativity. In addition, growth in this area has been proven to result in better innovation and improved financial performance.
As part of our efforts to champion diversity, Wavemaker continues to invest in initiatives that educate our colleagues, promote awareness and celebrate differences. We are committed to treating all our employees fairly and equally, however this report shows there is still more we can do to become the truly inclusive organisation that we aspire to be.
This year the Gender Pay Gap report looks slightly different. We are sharing both 2019 and 2020 figures to give an up-to-date picture of where we stand. The results for Wavemaker UK are also included in the WPP Gender Pay Gap Report 2019 & 2020 and reflects the pay data as at 5 April 2019 and 5 April 2020 when each legal entity was required to supply the pay gap data. 2020 has been an unprecedented year, with drastic operational changes required as a result of the pandemic, factors that will potentially affect Wavemaker’s growth in this area in coming years. However, closing the gender pay gap is a long-term goal and we are not deterred on our mission to see gender pay equality in our business.
See the full report below.