A note from the LMH Treasurer

Lady Margaret Hall was an employer with 233 full-pay relevant employees on 5 April 2023. At this date, Lady Margaret Hall had a Mean Gender Pay Gap of 1.4% and a Median Gender Pay Gap of 9.2%.  

  1. Of the 58 employees in the lower quartile, 18 are male and 40 are female. This means 31% are male and 69% are female. 
  2. Of the 58 employees in the lower middle quartile, 33 are male and 25 are female. This means 57% are male and 43% are female. 
  3. Of the 58 employees in the upper middle quartile, 23 are male and 35 are female. This means 40% are male and 60% are female. 
  4. Of the 59 employees in the upper quartile, 30 are male and 29 are female. This means 51% are male and 49% are female.

The College paid a one-off ex gratia payment to permanent staff in December 2022. The mean bonus gender pay gap was (negative) -11.1% and the median bonus gender pay gap was (negative) -33.1%. The proportion of males and females receiving a bonus payment were 67% and 69% respectively.

The breakdown of the above Gender Pay Gaps by Support Staff and Academic Staff for 2023 were as follows:

Analysis of Gender Pay Gap reports by Support Staff and Academic Staff for 2023

Department         Mean Gender Pay Gap     Median Gender Pay Gap

Support Stuff             1.9%                                  Negative 5%

Academic Staff          1.3%                                   Zero

Lady Margaret Hall takes matters of equality seriously. The above figures have been reported to and discussed at the College’s Governing Body. I am authorised as an appropriate person to make the above disclosure on behalf of the College. I confirm that these figures are accurate in all material respects. 

Andrew Macdonald


March 2024

This reporting is in accordance with UK Government guidance, which can be viewed here.