What is the gender pay gap?

The gender pay gap is a number of average calculations that are designed to measure the difference between the average earnings of men and woman across the whole of an organisation. They are expressed as numbers that show the percentage of male earnings, e.g. men earn 1% more than women.

Is this the same as equal pay?

Equal pay is covered by the Equality Act 2010, and states that men and women jobs should be compensated equally for work of an equal value. The gender pay gap information instead will show the distribution of male and females throughout our pay hierarchy and will help to identify where there are opportunities for Sixt to amend working practises to ensure inclusivity.


UK Gender Pay Report Overview

Sixt UK Gender Pay Reporting 2021/2022