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Mabey Group is a family-owned business, operating for almost 100 years and employing over 800 people around the world. Our teams offer the unparalleled service of a local supplier combined with the financial stability, engineering expertise and resources of a global business.

We pride ourselves on solving our customers’ engineering challenges, through a combination of personal service, expert advice and technical innovation. We work in partnership with our customers to ensure all of the projects we are involved with are delivered more quickly, safely and efficiently.

We believe that our people are critical to the continued success of our business. We want everyone at Mabey to be safe, well motivated, productive and passionate about what we do.

Each year we conduct an employee engagement survey which provides our teams with the opportunity to be heard on the things that matter most to them.  This helps identify improvement initiatives that really make a difference to the people who work in our business.

We support our people in learning and development and provide study support to those who wish to further their academic qualifications. We encourage our engineers to achieve Chartered or Professionally Certified status. We build the future capability of our team through recruiting graduates and apprentices, supporting their development so that they have a long term and successful career path with Mabey.

We aim to actively promote and improve the health and wellbeing of our workforce through a range of programmes that run throughout the year.

To help make our industry more diverse and capable of increasing productivity and improving collaboration, we are a founding partner in Construction News’s Inspire Me campaign which supports women in practical ways to develop successful, senior roles in our industry.

With demand for construction and infrastructure growing, we will not be able to meet those increasing needs without attracting more talented people to work in construction.

However, there is a gender pay gap in the UK construction sector.

Our approach to closing the gap starts with analysing our data and reviewing how we operate. For instance, the data can help us improve reward and remuneration processes which in turn helps attract talent, boost staff engagement and builds trust with customers.

Here we explain our gender pay gap data in line with the requirements of the Section 78 of the Equality Act 2010.

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