Gender Pay Gap Report

Report on the Gender Pay Gap at FRS Recruitment

We are pleased to share FRS Recruitment’s first Gender Pay Gap Report. 

Gender Pay Gap legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing the difference between the average earnings of men and women within our business. Organisations are asked to select a ‘snapshot’ date in the month of June 2022, with reporting based on the employees they have on this date. Our snapshot date was 30th June 2022.

The gender pay gap is the difference in the average hourly wage of men and women, it compares the pay of all working men and all working women; not just those in same jobs, with the same working patterns or the same competencies, qualifications or experience.

It is different from an equal pay comparison, which involves a direct comparison of two people (or groups of people) carrying out the same work or work of equal value. A gender pay gap does not indicate discrimination or an absence of equal pay for equal value work – instead, it is designed to highlight the extent to which women are evenly represented across an organisation

A gender pay gap which is positive indicates that, on average across the employed population, women are in a less favourable position than men. Where the gender pay gap is negative, this indicates the reverse - that, on average, men are in a less favourable position than women.


Median bonus remuneration pay gap



Mean hourly pay gap (all employees)



Mean hourly pay gap (part-time employees)



Mean hourly pay gap (temporary employees)



Median hourly remuneration pay gap (all employees)



Median hourly remuneration pay gap (part-time employees)



Median hourly remuneration pay gap (temporary employees)


Mean bonus remuneration pay gap




 Percentage who received benefits in kind


 - Male



 - Female



Percentage who received paid bonuses


 - Male



 - Female



Hourly Pay Quartiles



 - Upper



 - Upper Middle



 - Lower Middle



 - Lower




FRS Recruitment’s gender pay gap reports reflects our strong female representation at both middle and senior level management. Our workforce has a gender split of 44% male and 56% female, roughly 2 out of 3 managers are female. 

FRS Recruitment is committed to the principle of equal opportunities and equal treatment for all employees and will continue to review and revise our people related policies to ensure that we create a positive, diverse and inclusive work environment for all our staff.