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Ensuring that every colleague – from every occupational group – is properly inducted and developed must be a core requirement of a recruitment and retention strategy that prioritises achieving a diverse and inclusive workforce.
As a functional body of the Greater London Authority (GLA) we have a commitment to publish gender and ethnicity pay gap data and undertake work to narrow any gaps. We agree with the Mayor of London that this is necessary in order to address any inequalities so that all employees receive the same pay for the same work.
As of 31 March 2018 men and women at London Fire Brigade working full-time are paid, on average (median), the following:
A gender pay gap of minus 4.62 per cent.
As of 31 March 2018 the figures show that there is 0% pay gap for full-time staff in the London Fire Brigade, who make up 98% of the workforce