Gender ‘Pay’ Gap Report:

MJ Quinn Integrated Services is a multi-disciplined integrated service provider, who provide design, installation and maintenance of telecoms, mechanical, electrical, fire detection and suppression systems, LED Lighting, Air Cooling and building services.

MJ Quinn aim to be the number one services provider whilst offering end to end solutions for our clients via our in house teams working cross-functionally towards the same objectives.

MJ Quinn Integrated Services is committed to achieving a working environment which provides equality of opportunity, fairness and freedom for all in our employment.

We aim to develop a workforce that is truly representative of all sections of society and were opportunities are determined on the basis of capability, qualifications, experience, skills and productivity.

Gender pay gap:

The gender pay gap (also known as gender wage gap, male–female income difference) is the difference between male and female earnings expressed as a percentage of male earnings.

The “gender pay gap” is an average figure and is different from “Equal pay”, which looks at the individual level and is about ensuring that men and women are paid the same for carrying out the same work, or work of equal value. Therefore, a company delivering equal pay, can still show a gender pay or bonus gap.

MJ Quinn’s gender pay data shows that the difference in pay is due to proportionately more males occupying senior, higher paid roles. The business also recognises that women are underrepresented in field based roles which represents a significant part of the management structure.

Bonus pay gap:

MJ Quinn’s bonus pay gap is reflected by the number of males who hold senior management positions. These roles are paid higher and attract higher bonus payments and incentives. However, more females actually received a bonus in comparison to their male counterparts.

Pay quartiles by gender:

The pay quartiles by gender represent the number of females in each of the 4 pay quartiles. The majority of females that work at MJ Quinn, work within an office based administration role which is reflected in the lower and lower middle pay quartiles. The number of females represented at the upper and upper middle pay quartiles falls significantly due to high number of field based and technical roles that are occupied by males, which directly contributes to our gender pay gap.