Our Gender and Ethnicity Pay Gap Reports 2023

This year, for the first time in our history, we are publishing our Ethnicity Pay Gap Report 2023 alongside our Gender Pay Gap Report 2023.  

We publish an overview of our gender pay gap each year. This is a legal requirement but, crucially, we also see it as an opportunity for us to better understand our organisation and look to our shared future. 

It is not currently a statutory requirement to report on our ethnicity pay data, nor common practice to do so in our sector. However, we believe that doing so is an important step on our journey towards greater equality, diversity and inclusion. It will help us to ensure we reflect the communities we serve, so that we can make a real and lasting difference in people's lives.

When we look at the picture painted by this year's reports, it's clear we are not yet where we want to be. We are, however, where we expected to be at this point in time. Both our gender and ethnicity pay gaps follow the patterns and trends that we see across other organisations and in wider society – but this isn't a reason to be complacent. Waiting for society to change is not enough: it's our responsibility to make it happen. 

I am proud of the steps we have taken so far to help ensure that Change Grow Live embodies its values as an organisation that believes in people, regardless of their gender or ethnicity. But our work in this area continues.  

We are committed to becoming one of the leading organisations in our field for diversity and inclusion. To this end, we will continue to explore new ways to improve the accessibility of our services, recruit a representative workforce and enrich our culture with diversity of thought, background and experience. 

I can confirm that the gender and ethnicity pay gap information contained in these reports is accurate as of 5th April 2023. 

Mark Moody 
Chief Executive