Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Summary of Gender Pay Gap calculations submitted to HMRC and published on the company website.



Mean gender pay gap *


Median gender pay gap *


Mean bonus gender pay gap *


Median bonus gender pay gap *



*Positive % figure indicates that the average rate for male staff was higher than that for female staff. Negative % figure indicates that the average rate for female staff was higher than that for male staff.





Proportion of Male/Female receiving bonus






Proportion of males/females in each quartile pay band



Upper Quartile



Upper Middle Quartile



Lower Middle Quartile



Lower Quartile




Overall these figures demonstrate a strong commitment by Homes Caring for Autism (HCA) to have fair remuneration for all our staff irrespective of their gender. The senior management team has a strong female representation which is particularly reflected in the upper quartile figures which show 66.7% of the upper quartile to be female. The progression of female staff into senior management and senior care roles within our residential care homes is also reflected in the mean and median pay gap figures which show that female staff earned 1.5% and 0.8% more on average than male staff by each of these measures respectively.

In the period under review HCA ran a bonus scheme which was open to all employees meeting certain length of service eligibility criteria. Modest bonuses were paid to staff meeting the eligibility and performance criteria. The percentage of staff meeting these criteria was slightly higher for male staff than female staff. The bonus amounts received by staff achieving each relevant performance level were equal for both male and female staff and therefore the median bonus pay gap is nil.

On 28 February 2018 Homes Caring for Autism Limited was acquired by Care Management Group Limited (CMG). Details of CMG’s gender pay reporting can found on the CMG website.

I confirm that our data has been calculated according to the requirements of The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Information) Regulations 2017.

Peter Kinsey CEO