It is important to us that we recruit and retain the best workforce, that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. We monitor our workforce to find out whether it broadly reflects our local communities and to ensure our practices are free from discrimination, helping us to deliver appropriate and accessible services to all our communities.
We collect equality information on recruitment and the make-up of our workforce to provide us with an overview of our progress. This includes meeting our requirements in the Single Equality Act 2010, against the Public Sector Equality Duty, where we are required to publish detailed workforce information.
The data has been separated into six characteristics, age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation and religious beliefs. Each page has information showing the gender split (male and female) and salary split (frontline and senior), where possible.
If you are experiencing problems accessing the data in this page you can download our workforce profile data (PDF).
Gender Pay Gap Report 2017
Our Gender Pay Gap Report has been published to comply the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Information) Regulations 2017.
Files available to download
- Surrey Gender Pay Gap Report - March 2017 (277.9 KB)
Gender Pay Gap Report detailing the overall mean and median gender pay gaps for Surrey County Council (March 2017)
- Equalities and Diversity Profile February 2016 (179.2 KB)
Graphs showing equalities and diversity profiles for Surrey County Council staff, February 2016