Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Limited’s Gender Pay Gap Report as of 5 April 2018
Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Limited (WBEUK) is committed to providing equal opportunities for all our employees and for all job applicants. We recruit, train, promote and compensate employees without regard to gender (or other factors prohibited by applicable equality legislation).
We continue to focus on improving diversity across our company and actively advancing female talent at every level. Since our 2017 gender pay gap report was published, we have:
- Continued to provide guidance to senior managers and decision-makers so that recruitment, training, promotion and compensation decisions are considered in accordance with Warner Bros.’ Equal Opportunities, and Diversity & Inclusion policies.
- Promoted our flexible working policy and provided employees with training and technological tools to enable them to work flexibly, should they choose to do so.
- Developed internal talent through our “Emerge” leadership training programme.
- Hosted engagement and training days focused on career development and progression for female employees, with internal and external female leaders as panel guests.
- Created focus groups made up of female employees, so as to understand their needs and create employee-driven initiatives.
- Launched a new mentoring scheme benefiting women at all levels and engaging mentors from mid-to-senior levels.
- Delivered unconscious bias training.
- Enhanced our shared parental leave offering.
- Developed a family leave coaching programme to support parents throughout their family leave journey.
We are also pleased to report that Women of Warner, our employee-led Business Resource Group, celebrated its first anniversary on International Women’s Day 2019.
I can confirm on behalf of Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Limited that the information provided is accurate.
Steve Mertz, Statutory Director of Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Limited
Read the full report: Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Limited’s Gender Pay Gap Report as of 5 April 2018