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No Gender Pay Gap
at EncoreĀ 

Our 2023 Gender Pay Report has been released - and it shows our commitment to equality and inclusivity, highlighting the integral role women play across the business.  
Encore’s first annual report shows no gender pay gap at the company. Women typically earn more than men, and comprise 49% of the top two pay quartiles within the company.  
Read the full report here.

“To us, fair, transparent pay is simply good business. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to attract the best talent or create a high-performing, diverse workforce. But equality and inclusivity are also our responsibility as an employer, and we never take that lightly,” explains Encore CEO, Joaquim Fillola.  
“We want Encore to be the best place our employees have ever worked, where their wellbeing is supported and they’re remunerated fairly.  
“Our Gender Pay Gap Report is one way of showing we’re doing just that. Women play an integral role at all levels of the business, across all teams and divisions and we’re committed to creating a working environment that promotes equality and diversity.  
“But we’re not stopping here. We’re continuing to listen to feedback from our teams, enhancing how we work and how we support our people. As an example, based on feedback we’re launching a new menopause policy in 2024, and introducing further training sessions that educate us all on making the work environment a level playing field.” 

The report, using the calculation methodology set out by the Government’s Equality Office, shows the median and mean pay between men and women, including bonuses and distribution across pay quartiles across Encore. It is a legal requirement for all UK companies with over 250 employees to produce a Gender Pay Report, and demonstrates Encore’s confidence that we offer equal pay for equal work.  
You can read the report in full here.