Female employees in the public sector (FOI)
Female employees in the public sector (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 24 November 2016.
This request follows up on information provided as part of a previous request.
View the previous request for information
As you were unable to provide the answer to part (a) of this request in the requested detail could you please provide the percentage of female employees in the bands under £50k, £50k to £100k and over £100k for All departments. i.e. without giving separate figures for each department.
Part (b) of my question was ambiguous and so the result provided does not give the information I was seeking. For each civil service pay grade can you please provide the percentage of all employees employed at that grade who are female. For example, if there are 100 people employed on pay grade 10 of which 60 are female then the percentage is 60%.
The table below shows - as of 30 September 2016 - staff in the pay bands requested, both in FTE, and then as a percentage.
| ||Under £50,00 ||Over £50,000 ||Over £100,000 |
|Under £50,00 ||Over £50,000 ||Over £100,000 |
The following table is a breakdown, by pay grade, of both men and women in FTE (full-time equivalent) roles, both in figures and as a percentage. Please note that due to low FTE in certain pay grades, some have been consolidated to protect the identity of individuals, and as such, Article 25 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law has been applied.
|Civil Service pay grade||Male||Female||Male||Female|
|CS01 - 03||13.7||17.2||44.2%||55.8%|
|CS14 - 15||87||35.9||70.8%||29.2%|
The table above shows only civil service pay grades and cannot be compared to the previous table which lists all pay groups.
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