Renfrewshire Council

Our equality information

Our equalities outcomes and progress report, including the gender pay gap.

We are committed to ensuring that all employees, customers and partners are treated fairly and with respect at all times.

The council promotes and encourages a culture whereby equality of opportunity exists for everyone regardless of race, sex, gender identity, disability, age, religion or belief, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity status or marriage of civil partnership status.

We are positively and actively committed to ensuring that:

  • employees are educated on equality
  • policies, procedures and practices support the council's equality responsibilities
  • services provided are relevant to the needs of the diverse community
  • the council's workforce represents the communities we service
  • equality is integrated throughout the council
  • a safe and inclusive environment is provided which is free from any form of bullying, harassment, discrimination or victimisation
  • unacceptable behaviour will be challenged, and
  • equality practices in the council are measured regularly and are compliant.

Equality information

We have refreshed the previously published equality information gathered on the composition of its workforce and for the recruitment, development and retention of its employees, with respect to the number of employees and relevant characteristics.   

You can access a detailed breakdown of the information in the 'Related Documents' section.

Equality Outcomes and Mainstreaming Progress Report

We are committed to ensuring equality in its policies and practices in order to improve outcomes for people. 

As part of delivering this commitment, we publish at regular intervals a set of equality outcomes reports which provide public information on key aspects of our work to promote equalities and the outcome of this work. 

Equality progress report 2021-2025 [9MB] .

Gender pay gap and occupational segregation

We are committed to closing the gender pay gap and addressing occupational segregation.

Gender pay gap detail is published: