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Rapport sur la disparité salariale entre hommes et femmes.


We are proud to include our broader diversity metrics across the brand.


Each year, companies in the UK are required to report their gender pay gap data for their UK based workforce. Alongside this data, for the fourth consecutive year we are proud to include our broader diversity metrics across the brand.


We’re grateful to have such a diverse customer base so it’s important to us that our teams reflect this. By choosing to collate and share this data, it holds us to account and offers us a brilliant opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our wider team.


We’re really proud to confirm that we have zero median pay gap across our UK Retail and head office teams again this year. We have also reduced our mean gap by 28% to 3.1% and our combined median gap by 40% to 1.3% - there is still much to do but we’re really happy to see progress firmly headed in the right direction. This is supported by policies that really make a difference to women at work - enhanced maternity and paternity leave, fertility and pregnancy loss leave and paid health days each year to be used for whatever team members need to support their wellness, from cancer screening to mental health support. Learn more here.

A black and white image of female AllSaints staff wearing a print t-shirt.
Photograph showing two women standing next to each other wearing print AllSaints t-shirts.
Photograph showing women standing next to each other wearing print AllSaints t-shirts.
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