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Gender

Of the 2016/17 job applicants, 40.7% were women and 58.3% were men - this was fairly consistent throughout all stages of the recruitment process.

    A higher proportion of men left the organisation, regardless of length of service.

    Our workforce data also showed that of those that responded to the staff survey and declared their gender:

    • 74% of men feel involved in the decisions that affect their work, which is higher than women, at 64%
    • 80% of women are satisfied with the total benefits package, which is higher than men at 70%
    • 57% of men thought that their work area differentiates between good and poor performance, compared to 47% of women

    Gender and professions

    The following professions had a high proportion of men:

    • IT Service Operations - 100% men, 0% women
    • System Engineering, - 94% men, 6% women
    • Technical Architecture - 94% men, 6% women
    • Infrastructure & Technology - 92% men, 8% women
    • Software Development - 87% men, 13% women

    The following professions had a high proportion of women:

    • Human Resources - 75% women, 25% men
    • Business and Operational Delivery - 70% women, 30% men
    • Communications and Marketing - 70% women, 30% men
    • Information Standards - 70% women, 30% men

    Find out more about another demographic group.

    Last edited: 11 April 2018 5:43 pm