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Report Hub: Workplace
Everyone’s business: Fourth national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces
"The results of the 2018 National Survey reveal that a large majority of Australians have experienced sexual harassment at some point in their lifetime."
"The 2018 Women in the STEM Professions Survey provides valuable insight into factors affecting women’s participation, progression and pay in the STEM workforce."
Press for (Immediate) Progress: A snapshot of women at work and how employers can help shift the dial by 2020
"“It is imperative for organisations committed to gender equality to take some bold steps to truly Press for Progress. (...) It is time to walk the talk. Action is critical.”"
Time to Talk: What has to change for women at work
"The collective voice of women, speaking up about their experiences in the workplace, has never been stronger. There is a new fearlessness and urgency to address the challenges women face".
Smashing IT's Glass Ceiling: Perspectives from leading women CIOs
"This special edition (...) shares insights from women who have risen to the top of the IT profession, including their perspectives on essential leadership qualities and guidelines for cultivating diverse and inclusive IT cultures."
Women and the Future of Work Report: Report 1 of the Australian women’s working futures project
"This publication reports the findings from a combined quantitative and qualitative study of Australian working women".
Women in leadership: Lessons from Australian companies leading the way
"Using three years of WGEA data and more than 40 interviews, this report lays bare the relationships between the actions companies are taking and the outcomes they achieve."
Australia’s Gender Equality Scorecard: Key findings from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s 2016-17 reporting data
"[W]e have seen a step change in employer focus on gender equality. More employers than ever are prioritising gender pay equity as a business imperative. [However] men still out-earn women by more than $26,000 on average".
Women in the Workplace: 2017
"Women in the Workplace 2017 is a comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America. This research is part of a long-term partnership between McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org".
Making Innovation and Technology Work for Women
"Innovation, technology and entrepreneurship are engines for advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment by increasing women’s access to education and socio-economic opportunities."
Open House? Reflections on the possibility and practice of MPs job-sharing
"This pamphlet aims to initiate a broad and considered discussion of MP job-sharing amongst parliamentarians and the public".
Australia's Gender Pay Gap Statistics
“The gender pay gap is the difference between women’s and men’s average weekly full-time equivalent earnings, expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings. It is a measure of women’s overall position in the paid workforce”.