Ipsos Gender and Ethnicity Pay Gap Report

In 2017 the UK Government introduced new legislation requiring all companies in the UK with more than 250 employees to report their Gender Pay Gap. The Gender Pay Gap is the difference between the average hourly pay of men and women within a company or workforce.

In accordance with this legislation, Ipsos has published a report detailing our gender pay gap, and how we intend to close this gap.

We have also calculated the Ethnicity Pay Gap using exactly the same approach, with the same snapshot date, in the absence of any UK legislation. The Ethnicity Pay Gap figures represent the pay or bonus gap between ethnic minority and white employees, expressed as a proportion of white employees. We have also included how we intend to close this gap.

Ipsos comprises a number of legal entities in the UK, as a result of various acquisition, legacy and legal reasons. Two – Ipsos UK Ltd and Market & Opinion Research International (MORI) Limited – are required to report their gender pay gap under current regulations. We have also chosen to publish the figures for our entire UK business, which contains these two legal entities, as well as others that do not meet the reporting size threshold. The data is correct as of the snapshot reporting date of 5 April 2021.

If you have any queries, please contact Claire Timmins, HR Director, or Kelly Beaver, Chief Executive.