We can best fulfil that purpose when we enable every one of our colleagues to bring their best self to work. And we do that by building and maintaining an inclusive working culture - in which each one of us feels supported and empowered to achieve our full potential.
What is the Gender Pay Gap?
The gender pay gap is the difference in average hourly pay between men and women across the entire organisation. This is expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings and provides a basic overview of the gender pay gap balance in the organisation.
Download our annual Gender Pay Gap reports below:
What is Pfizer UK's Gender Pay Gap?
Our median Gender Pay Gap stands at 11.3%. In 2021, our median gender pay gap was 7.5%, whilst in 2020 it was 10.2%. This widening of pay disparity serves as evidence that the journey towards closing the Gender Pay Gap is not linear, but rather one influenced by a number of factors which we continously aim to address. Our full analysis on the widening of the Gender Pay Gap can be found in the Gender Pay Gap Report 2023.
What is Pfizer UK's commitment for the future?
Addressing the gender pay gap is a priority for the Pfizer UK board, supported by a dedicated team and strategy to address it:
Our commitment to addressing the gender pay gap reflects our values: Equity, Joy, Courage and Excellence.
Through living these values we are dedicated to implementing positive change, to our business and the wider society.
We want people to know, and understand, what we do and how we do it. That is why we are committed to transparency.
Reducing the impact of our operations through greenhouse gas emission reductions is a strategic priority.