Gender Pay Gap

As an employer with a workforce of more than 250 employees, Nottingham City Transport is pleased to publish its gender pay gap report.

Nottingham City Transport is committed to diversity. We are a strong supporter of pay gap reporting and believe it is a significant step towards creating gender pay equality.

We are pleased to report that our median gender pay gap has reduced from 6.6% in 2021 to 3.3% in 2022.

We have appropriate policies, processes and pay structures in place to ensure that men and women are paid equally for any equivalent jobs across our business. We also recognise, as a public transport operator, that our challenge is to increase the gender balance in the business. This, in turn, will positively impact on our gender pay gap.

Our industry has historically been male-dominated, which means we have fewer females in our industry than in others. A key challenge we face is encouraging more females into the industry by considering a career as a bus driver or within engineering, as combined, those roles comprise more than 80% of our workforce and is the largest talent pool for succession and/or further promotion within the business.

Please download our latest Pay Gap Report here.