Anchor Hanover Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
At Anchor Hanover, we provide care and housing to older people at 1,700 locations across England and are committed to principles of equality, fairness and inclusion.
We were formed towards the end of 2018, with the merger of Anchor and Hanover. Overall, the organisation employs more than 10,000 people.
For the purpose of Gender Pay reporting for this year, Anchor Hanover is recognised as three separate entities; Anchor Trust, ACH (Anchor Care Homes) and Hanover Housing Association. Results for all three have been published on the Government website.
Both Anchor Trust and Hanover Housing Association incorporate head office/support roles such as finance, IT, HR, construction and property development, in addition to customer facing roles. ACH was acquired in 2015 and remains a separate legal entity employing only customer facing care colleagues.
As a newly-merged organisation, we will look closely at what actions may help to reduce the pay gap and diversify the workforce. We will incorporate these into our people plan and other aspects of the business plan to ensure we address issues. In particular, this will involve a push on attracting men into front line care roles, women in senior property and IT roles and women returners in to senior roles.
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