As part of The Responsible Choice, Frontier has committed to being a great place to work, where everyone – men and women – can achieve their ambitions both inside and outside work. It is now a legal requirement for companies with more than 250 employees to report on their gender pay gap and Frontier has published its report on our own website and the government’s site.
Gender Pay is not the same as Equal Pay. The Gender Pay Gap is defined as the difference between the average hourly pay of all the men compared with the average of all the women within an organisation. Equal Pay refers to the comparison between men and women doing the same or similar jobs. As part of our Gender Pay reporting activity, we have undertaken an Equal Pay audit and we can report that men and women are paid on equal terms for doing the same or similar jobs across the business.