Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender Pay Gap Report

‘We are proud to report that Comfy’s mean gender pay gap sits below the national average and our median gender pay gap sits at a negative % demonstrating that median hourly rates of pay for men is slightly lower than that for women at Comfy.

The proportion of men receiving a bonus is slightly more than women but the mean bonus pay for women is significantly higher than mean bonus pay for males.

This report demonstrates our commitment to the principle of equal opportunities and equal treatment for all employees and we have a clear policy of paying employees equally for the same or equivalent work, regardless of their sex or any other characteristic. With this in mind, we already carry out pay and benefits audits at regular intervals and embrace opportunities to advance gender equality.

Our employees work at Comfy because of what we stand for; to be an employer that people choose to be part of. Our RESPECT values are the foundation of all we do – we aim to stand out and make our employees, customers and the community proud.

Over the past 12 months, we have worked hard to embed our Comfy RESPECT values into the business to ensure all our employees are treated fairly and equally. We are confident that our commitment to treat all our employees with respect will enable Comfy to continue on our path to reduce its gender pay gap.

I confirm the data reported is accurate. In accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, Comfy Quilts has prepared its gender pay gap results and published them in line with Gender Pay Gap Reporting mandatory requirements.

Bob Moryoussef
Managing Director