We are committed to maintaining accurate and timely workforce data.
This page brings together workforce related information including headcount, equalities other organisational information available on the Lambeth website.
Sections in this guide (click title to view)
- 1. How Lambeth Council is organised
- 2. Trade Union facility time
- 3. Gender pay gap report
- 4. Workforce equalities reports
- 5. Statement of accounts
- 6. Lambeth workforce information
1. How Lambeth Council is organised
This covers how we are organised, including where services sit and our management structure with names of directors and key officers.
2. Trade Union facility time
Under the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017, we must publish information on facility time used by trade union representatives.
3. Gender pay gap report
Lambeth’s gender pay gap rate of 4.4% is above the London Council’s average of 3.5% in 2019, but lower than the 17.3% per cent reported for organisations from all sectors. Lambeth council remains committed to do more when it comes to bridging the divide, as set put in the action plan of the report.
The underlying reason is that while there are more women than men at all levels in the council, there are more women than men in the lower quartiles. Our workforce data also shows that more women take unpaid leave, maternity leave and other support leave. All of which contributes to the gap.
This year, there has been some movement in the gender pay gap as a there was a permanent male Chief Executive in post at 31 March 2019. There were also a number of vacancies in senior level posts. Since the snapshot date, the Council has undertaken a series of recruitment campaigns and we expect the gap to narrow again to reflect these actions.
These figures have been published in line with gender pay reporting legislation which requires employers with 250 or more employees, to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. Lambeth Council does not have a bonus scheme.
4. Workforce equalities reports
This annual report forms part of the council’s commitment promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The council value and celebrates our highly diverse workforce and community and that equality and inclusion are key success factors of our organisation. This report provides an overview of the council’s workforce profile, starters and leavers in terms of diversity categories.
5. Statement of accounts
The Statement of Accounts contains remuneration details of senior officers and high earners within our workforce.
6. Lambeth workforce information
The Council’s committed to maintaining accurate and timely workforce data. This page brings together workforce related information including headcount, equalities other organisational information available on the Lambeth website.