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UK Gender pay gap report 2019

At Anglo American, we have a diverse population of people but recognise that we need to continue to work to create a truly inclusive and diverse organisation.

Women make up 53% of our UK HQ employees compared with 43% a year earlier

Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive

Women make up 53% of our UK HQ employees (at April 2019), compared with 43% a year earlier, and female representation in more senior roles is continuing to increase.

We have been working to address the challenges of longstanding gender imbalance within our industry, most evident at senior levels. While we are demonstrating our commitment through the actions we have taken and the improvements made at all levels of our business, both globally and within the UK, we recognise we still have much more to do and we know it will take time.

We strive to create a more inclusive workplace

Across our global business, we are aligned with the Hampton-Alexander recommendations to achieve at least a 33% female representation across our Executive Committee and those that report to it, improving to 24% by the end of 2019, from 21% in 2018.

We strive to create a more inclusive workplace to enable all our colleagues to achieve their full potential. We are adopting new approaches to recruitment, talent development, mentoring, and flexible working; while also focusing on both the psychological, as well as physical, safety of every one of our colleagues – aligned to our Values and guided by our Purpose.

Below, you can discover the key statistics and figures, and download the full report.

Anglo American in the UK

TOTAL POPULATION IN 2019: 249
% OF MEN AND WOMEN

TOTAL POPULATION IN 2018: 292
% OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT ROLES OCCUPIED BY MEN AND WOMEN*

* Senior Management is defined as Anglo American’s Group Management Committee and the level of management reporting into that Committee.

'Hourly pay' gap

Anglo American is a globally diversified mining business, headquartered in the UK, and the majority of the senior leadership team is UK-based. The gaps shown below are largely attributable to the fact that more men than women are working in more highly paid, senior roles.

'Hourly pay' quartiles

Reflecting the hourly pay gap described above, this chart shows that there has been a large improvement year-on-year in the upper quartile, where the percentage of women increased from 18% to 34%, reflecting the higher proportion of females in senior roles compared with 2018. However, there remains proportionally more male employees than female employees in the higher pay quartiles.

% of employees awarded a bonus for 2019

Anglo American’s UK performance pay schemes operate irrespective of gender, with the majority of UK employees eligible to receive variable bonus pay during the year. 2019 saw 91% of male and 85% of female employees receive a bonus, with the difference relating to there being more women than men in junior roles that do not attract bonuses.

Bonus pay gap

Variable performance pay structures for the most senior employees differ from those of the wider workforce, thereby further widening the gap.

The increase in the mean bonus pay gap for 2019 was anticipated due to the share component of the 2016 bonus (which reflected the lower share price experienced in early 2016) vesting in March 2019. Following this anomaly, we expect to see this bonus pay gap reduce as the proportion of female employees in more senior roles continues to increase.

Gender pay gap report – UK

At Anglo American, we have a diverse population of people but recognise that we need to continue to work to create a truly inclusive and diverse organisation.

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