Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

As an organisation that employs over 250 employees in the UK we are required to report annually on our gender pay gap.

This enables organisations to show the difference in average earnings between men and women in the UK and is calculated across all jobs at all levels.

At Baxter, we believe in an inclusive culture and that a diverse workforce can drive innovation, create trusted partnerships with customers, suppliers and community partners, and can contribute to the success and sustainability of our company. We are committed to providing opportunities for all employees, and recognise that every individual’s unique background and experience contributes to a successful organisation. To that end Baxter welcomes this new legislation.

This year, our report contains two data sets when looking at the gender pay gap for mean and median pay.

One set includes additional payments made to our operational staff, during the month of April 2020. This payment was recognition of those employees who had to continue to work at our sites and will be referred to as covid allowance.

The other set of data has the covid allowance removed.

Our mean gender pay without the covid allowance is 4.2% and including the covid allowance is 5.4%. In both cases this is significantly smaller than the national average of around 15.5% and an improvement from last year where our mean gender pay gap was 6.3%.


For more information,  please read our latest report.

2020 report

2019 report

2018 report

2017 report