Energy Assets Reports Gender Pay Gap

Energy Assets Reports Gender Pay Gap

In line with Government guidelines, Energy Assets has reported a 24.1% mean and 24% median gender pay gap as of April 2020.

With over 750 employees, the business has reported its results ahead of regulations, which have been extended to October 2021, due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19.

Highlights from this years’ report, which covers Energy Assets Limited are as follows:

  • Our Mean and median gender pay gap have both reduced by 1.2% and 10.5% respectively
  • We have maintained an increase in female representation in the upper and upper middle quartiles reported in 2019

Our higher percentage of male employees across all quartiles means that our pay gap remains greater than the national average, a statistic common within our market sector, however we are taking steps to bridge the gap and improve year upon year.

Group HR Director for Energy Assets, Jennifer Faichney said:

“As Group HR Director, and as a female in a leadership role I am both professionally and personally invested in ensuring Energy Assets is an inclusive, welcoming and inspiring place to work.

“Since our first Gender Pay Gap report we have noted a positive change in female representation in both the upper and upper middle quartiles and are pleased to report a year on year reduction in our gender pay gap.

“We recognise there is more work to be done and remain focused on building upon this years’ results.”


Getting IT right for Information Security

Energy Assets has successfully completed its ISO27001 information security audit, confirming the integrity of company’s processes and procedures for managing commercial and personal data.

Head of IT James Walker guided Energy Assets through the recent 2-day assessment, with auditors particularly impressed with business continuity planning and implementation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on operations.


EAU Energises our Embedded Generation Connection Service

Investment in renewable energy schemes is tracking the government’s Net Zero commitments, but the emergence of hybrid systems combining solar, wind and battery storage is now accelerating demand for specialist grid connection engineering services.


Comprehensive resilience planning underpinning our return to work

Slowly, responsibly, people within the Energy Assets Group are returning to construction sites, depots and offices in step with government guidance and with the full support of comprehensive workplace safety arrangements.

This phasing in of operations will adhere strictly to the rules of each nation across Britain and, in keeping with our resilience planning, will involve close liaison with our staff, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders. The guiding principle is ‘Safety First – Safety Always’.

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