Equality and Diversity


At Magenta Living, we're deeply committed to equality and celebrating diversity in all aspects of our organisation. We champion a culture that values the contributions of diverse communities and workforces, and we oppose all forms of discrimination. We do not discriminate against anyone based on age, disability, gender identity, marital status, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic.

We believe in providing equal opportunities for everyone and ensuring that our services and support are accessible to all individuals. Explore our Magenta Board’s Equality & Diversity report for more insights.


Gender Pay Gap Report 2023

We are committed to transparency, equity, and inclusivity in all aspects of our organisation. We present our latest Gender Pay Gap Report for 2023, reflecting our ongoing commitment to gender equality.

As a not-for-profit housing provider deeply rooted in our community, we strive to create a world where every individual can thrive, regardless of gender. Our ambition at Magenta Living is to lead as one of the most equitable, diverse, and inclusive organisations, guided by our purpose of empowering people.

Key highlights from our 2023 report include a shift in our mean hourly pay gap from positive to negative compared to 2022, with women now earning more than men. While this marks significant progress, we recognise there is still work to be done to achieve total equality. Our focus areas for 2024 will continue to champion female representation in trades, foster positive action leadership, and unlock our collective potential.

Explore further by reviewing our year-on-year comparisons and discovering more about our ambitions for the future.


Magenta Gender Pay Gap Report


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