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  • 66% of PCC employees are female and 34% are male
  • Full-time PCC employees are fairly evenly split by gender; with 32% being female and 28% being male
  • The majority of part-time PCC employees are female (34%)
  • Females dominate in the majority of PCC directorates, except Portsmouth International Port where 92% of employees are male

Employees by gender

This chart shows that at PCC
66% of employees are female and 34% are male.

Base: (Dec 2019) | Employees (3,638)

Gender by employment category

This chart shows that
32% of female PCC employees are employed on a full-time basis while 28% of male PCC employees are employed on a full-time basis.
34% of female PCC employees are employed on a part-time basis while 6% of male PCC employees are employed on a part-time basis.

Base: (Dec 2019) | Employees (3,637)

Gender by directorate

This chart shows that at PCC
In the Children, Families and Education directorate – 14% of employees are male and 86% are female.
In the Adult Services directorate – 16% of employees are male and 84% are female.
In the Public Health directorate – 21% of employees are male and 79% are female.
In the Executive directorate – 26% of employees are male and 74% are female.
In the Finance and Resources directorate – 32% of employees are male and 68% are female.
In the Culture, Leisure and Regulatory Services directorate – 39% of employees are male and 61% are female.
In the Corporate Services directorate – 42% of employees are male and 58% are female.
In the Regeneration directorate – 46% of employees are male and 54% are female.
In the Housing, Neighbourhood and Building Services directorate – 47% of employees are male and 53% are female.
In the Portsmouth International Port directorate – 92% of employees are male and 8% are female.

Base: (Dec 2019) | Employees by directorate (from top to bottom): PIP (75) | HNB (960) | REG (383) | CS (265) | CLR (260) | FR (327) | Exec (34) | PH (33) | AS (637) | CFE (664)