Section 4: equal pay data and reports


27 / 10 / 2015 Midday

The iView reports give a high level overview of the grade breakdown of NHS staff by age, disability, race, religious belief, gender and sexual orientation. Reports in each section will give you an overview of average pay by staff group for each equality grouping. Each of these reports can be customised to focus on your organisation and any other organisations you wish to compare figures with.

Viewing equality data and equal pay reports in iView

The links on the right hand side will take you to an iView standard report. If you are not already registered as an iView user, you will need to be invited  by the iView authentication user in your organisation. Further information and guidance on how to use iView is available from the iView website.

Please note:

  • Staff with local pay grades will have their grade listed as 'unknown'.
  • Absence of classification data in a report, (for example, staff with a disability status of unknown or not disclosed) does not mean that conclusions cannot be made. The absence itself may tell you something about your organisation.
  • The figures in all of the reports below are actual figures. Guidance on how to convert them into percentages can be found in the NHS Information Centre on the right hand side of the page.

This is just one step in the equal pay audit process and does not mean that you have met your requirements under the Equality Act. The tables within iView are a starting point for investigation. Additional exploration is possible within iView but will only provide the questions, not the answers.  

To find out more about what information you need to produce and publish, see the Equality and Human Rights Commission's guidance document.  

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