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Environment Agency (EA): pay gap

Data on average earnings at the Environment Agency (EA) covering differences in gender, disability, race, religion and belief and sexual orientation.

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The reports provide data on the pay gap at the Environment Agency and contain:

  • an overview of the Environment Agency pay gap
  • Environment Agency pay gap comparison with UK-wide data
  • an explanation of pay gap terminology
  • details on how the Environment Agency has improved diversity to date
  • summary of initiatives to improve diversity in the future
  • ordinary hourly and bonus pay gap descriptions for gender, disability, race, religion and belief and sexual orientation
Published 16 January 2018
Last updated 23 January 2020 + show all updates
  1. Added the 2019 data.

  2. Religion and belief figures corrected. When processing the figures for our 18/19 pay gap report, it has been realised that the figures for religion and belief were published incorrectly as follows: • Mean: originally published as 0.8%, correct figure -0.8% • Median: originally published as -2.1%, correct figure 2.0% • Bonus mean: originally published as 1%, correct figure -1.0% • Bonus median: originally published as -2.6%, correct figure 2.5% The report has now been corrected accordingly.

  3. Race figures corrected. When processing the figures for our 18/19 pay gap report, it has been realised that the figures for religion and belief were published incorrectly as follows: • Mean: originally published as 0.8%, correct figure -0.8% • Median: originally published as -2.1%, correct figure 2.0% • Bonus mean: originally published as 1%, correct figure -1.0% • Bonus median: originally published as -2.6%, correct figure 2.5% The report has now been corrected accordingly

  4. 2018 pay gap report added. This includes data on gender, disability, race, religion and belief, sexual orientation.

  5. First published.