In line with Irish Government legislation, Linesight has published our first gender Pay Gap report for Ireland (Line Radharc). The gender pay gap refers to the difference between what is earned on average by women and men based on average gross hourly earnings of all paid employees – it does not refer to men and women doing the same job or with the same experience or working pattern.
The report shows the mean gender pay gap for all employees is 20.75% in favour of men and the median is 17.5%.
We understand that we have work to do to address our gender pay gap while recognising that it is also largely reflective of the industry in which we work and the current make-up of our workforce in terms of gender balance. We are confident that the initiatives that we have introduced and our strategic focus on reducing this gap will help achieve more closer aligned gender pay structure. As an industry it is likely to take several years to really address the balance of gender representation at all levels, however at Linesight we are committed to taking every initiative to remove barriers and provide support to women entering and progressing in the industry.
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