Diversity is essential to excellence in scientific endeavour. It increases breadth and perspective, leading to more innovation and creativity.
We want the Crick to be a place where everyone feels valued and where diversity is celebrated and seen as part of the foundation for our institute’s success.
We remain committed to creating equality of opportunity and promoting diversity and inclusion at the Francis Crick Institute.
We are an equal pay employer. However, we have a gender pay gap and continue to work towards addressing that gap.
Our gender pay gap for the sixth snapshot date of 5 April 2022 is as follows.
Crick's gender pay gap
The Crick's 2022 gender pay gap
The median gender pay gap at the Crick was 2.9% and the mean pay gap was 11.4% on the snapshot date of 5 April 2022, based on hourly rates of pay.
UK pay gap figures are from the Office for National Statistics compiled from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, 11 November 2022.
Proportion of men and women in each pay quartile
2022 bonus pay gap
The Crick does not operate a bonus scheme.
For gender pay gap reporting purposes we are required to report any rewards related to profit sharing, productivity or performance.
We made five payments that relate to profit sharing, productivity or performance in the reporting period.
These were all payments under our Rewards to Inventors programme (under which individuals who create Intellectual Property that the Crick is able to commercialise may be entitled to a share of the net revenue this generates) or prizes.
As four of these payments were made to women and one to a man we have a bonus pay gap.
Our mean bonus pay gap is -4.7% and our median bonus pay gap is -11.5%.
Proportion of men and women receiving a bonus