Pay gap reports Diversity and gender pay gap reports
Being open and transparent about our pay gaps is an essential step to help us achieve and embed a diverse and inclusive culture at the NSPCC.
This year we're voluntarily publishing our first Diversity Pay Gap Report.
We're committed to creating an environment where all our staff and volunteers feel included, respected, and valued for the crucial role they play in the fight for every childhood.
Read this report to see our mandatory male/female gender pay gap reporting as well as a fuller pay gap report that extends to the protected characteristics of ethnicity, disability, and sexual orientation.
Read our full equality diversity and inclusion charter
Together, we can remove real and perceived barriers, valuing everybody who volunteers with, works for, supports or benefits from our work.
Download our charter to read more about our vision and priorities in working to create a more equal and inclusive workplace here at the NSPCC.