Diversity and Inclusion

Our mirror to ourselves

At Dare we have and always will be committed to creating a place of work that welcomes all people. 

 

Our role is to help brands connect better with their audiences. Having a diverse workforce is crucial if we are to do this well, as diversity of thought is essential in finding and creating better connections between brand and consumer. 
 

The only recruitment criteria we apply is that people must be exceptionally good at what they do and that they are nice. ‚ÄėGood and Nice‚Äô has been our recruitment mantra since Dare was founded 20 years ago, remains so today and will remain so tomorrow.

 

Where we identify imbalances or unfairness we will actively work to address this.

 

We publish quarterly updates of the below statistics in the interests of transparency and openness. 

Gender

Overall Dare has more employees who identify as females than males. 53% of our team are female, 47% are male.

 

The gender breakdown by seniority is as follows:

 

  • Head of Department: Male 22%, Female 78%
  • Senior:¬†Male 56%, Female 44%
  • Mid level: Male 48%, Female 52%

 

Our gender pay gap is as follows:

 

  • Head of Department: Females on average are paid 2% more than males
  • Senior:¬†Females on average are paid 3% more than males
  • Mid level:¬†Males on average are paid 6% more than females

Diversity

Of our current employees, 20% identify as diverse.

Our diverse employees split by seniority is as follows:

 

  • Head of Department: 22%
  • Senior: 19%
  • Mid level: 22%

 

Data accurate as of our March 2022 payroll. This data will next updated in July 2022

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