As a purpose-led, values-driven organisation, delivering equal opportunities to all is of paramount importance to CarTrawler irrespective of gender.
In my six years as part of our leadership team I have seen significant improvements in diversity across our business. We are a growing team of over 400 people, 48% women and 52% men, from 40 different countries; this diversity is a core strength of our workforce.
There is, however, further work to be done, and I welcome the introduction of the Gender Pay Gap legislation here in Ireland. It is a positive move, increasing the focus on removing barriers for women in participating equally in the workforce.
This, our first gender pay gap report, is an opportunity to review our ambition and strategy on how we will achieve a better gender mix across all levels of our business.
Our mean gender pay gap is currently 29%. This gap is driven by a greater proportion of males at more senior levels of the organisation and in our engineering teams, roles which typically attract a high level of compensation.
Gender pay is different to equal pay for doing the same role. At CarTrawler we pay men and women equally for performing the same roles across the organisation.
This report provides insight into the representation of women and men across the company, and an overview of the actions we will take to enable more women to progress to senior levels in the company.
In my new role as CEO, I am committed to providing an inclusive culture that equitably engages all our people and enables them to thrive. I look forward to seeking input and support from across the business as we begin this important journey.
Peter O’Donovan, Chief Executive at CarTrawler
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