‘The company has continued to fulfil its contracted obligations throughout the pandemic and has maintained excellent records and it is transparent in its communications with clients.
The audit team concludes that the organisation has established and maintained its management system in conformance with the requirements of the standard(s) and demonstrated to the audit team that the management system is effective in its ability to systematically achieve the requirements for products and or services within the scope of its activities and in accordance with its policy and objectives. ‘
The government requires companies with over 250 staff to report the averages for men and women’s pay and compare it, to highlight inequality with the aim of rectifying discrepancies.
As required, Deeland Ltd t/a ServiceMaster Clean Newbury records our staff pay data annually in order to identify the average pay of men and women and look at the % gap.
ServiceMaster Clean Newbury employs almost twice as many women than men, including more female managers. The gender pay gap is very small and fluctuates slightly each year and showed 0% mean in 2019. The company gender pay gap is well below the UK norm.
Our organisation continues to monitor and address the pay of staff based on gender. We have varied working hours in many of our roles which fit with family arrangements, and staff are encouraged to seek internal promotions. Full time driving roles attract more male applicants, so we will aim to expand our resourcing avenues with a view to addressing this.
With our clients we work to establish rates that provide fair and equitable pay. In line with the Equal Pay Act, there is no difference in the pay for men and women in the same or similar roles
ServiceMaster Clean Newbury is celebrating it’s 30th Year in Business and the exciting prospect of moving to an Employee Ownership Trust. Nick Dee Shapland reflects on the companies history, it’s business philosophy and it’s future, in an article: Highlighting best practice published in:
This year we have supported Swings and Smiles based in Thatcham, they support children and young people with special needs and their families, with the emphasis on happiness, fun and inclusion. We collected chocolate boxes for the children and their families. We also made a donation on the ‘Big Matched Day’ to help with their fund raising.
The Avril Bannister award, set up in memory of a dear colleague, is awarded annually to an employee who exemplifies her high levels of commitment and service.
We are delighted to announce Susan Willis, Field Service Supervisor for Newbury 2, is the winner of the Avril Bannister Award for 2019. Sue goes out of her way to deliver an efficient, smooth and high quality service for Customers as well as provide support to her team.
Juanita Holloway, HR Advisor, is a very worthy runner-up for the Avril Bannister Award. Juanita is primarily based at ServiceMaster’s office in Newbury, but travels across the region to ensure all areas of the business get the same support and advice.
Congratulations to Susan and Juanita on their achievements.