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30% by 2018: Gender diversity progress report (Quarterly Report: Volume 8, 2017)
“2016 was a great year for female appointments to ASX 200 boards. (…)Unfortunately, 2017 tells a different story. In addition to losing a few female directors from a couple of boards (…) the appointment rate has been far from impressive.”
Finance and Public Administration References Committee: Gender segregation in the workplace and its impact on women's economic equality
The authors contend that within the Australian landscape, industries tend to be male or female dominated. The authors offer recommendations to challenge the ongoing gender inequalities and associated pay gaps.
Gender Equality Global Report and Ranking (2017 Edition)
"3048 global companies with a market capitalisation of over $2billion in 23 developed countries were ranked. The information was drawn from public sources and manually researched".
Leading by Example: Insights on board diversity from ASX 200 chairs that have 30 per cent women on their boards
"This booklet has been compiled from interviews conducted with ASX 200 chairs of boards with at least 30 per cent female directors."
Leave No One Behind: Taking action for transformational change on women’s economic empowerment
“[T]his report is intended help to prioritize critical actions and create longer-term momentum for transformational change. It presents practical recommendations (…) and advocates for the creation of an enabling environment to accelerate impact.”
The Gender Wage Gap: 2016
"The annual gender earnings ratio for full-time year-round workers, which includes self-employed workers, tends to be slightly lower than the ratio for weekly earnings"
30% by 2018: Gender diversity progress report (Quarterly Report: Volume 7, 2017)
“#BeBoldForChange (…) is aimed at inspiring men and women to be leaders within their spheres of influence and take action to accelerate gender parity.”
Women's economic security in retirement [Insight Paper]
"Women face greater risk of economic insecurity in retirement than men. (...) Currently, women retire with on average half the superannuation of men. A consequence of this is that women in retirement are more likely to live in poverty than men."
Gender Equity Insights 2017: Inside Australia’s gender pay gap
"Unequal pay outcomes between women and men are a stark indicator of the different ways women and men engage with the workforce – and how they are valued for it."
The Power of Procurement: How to source from women-owned businesses corporate guide
"This Guide provides corporations and their suppliers with a deeper understanding of the barriers and challenges preventing women-owned businesses from accessing and fully participating in local and global value chains."
Equity in Innovation: Women Inventors and Patents
"This report compiles existing data on women and patenting. It explores both women’s under-representation among patent holders and their relative success in being granted patents when they apply for them."
She’s Price(d)less: The economics of the gender pay gap
"The importance of reducing the gender pay gap transcends productivity gains and economic prosperity. (...) This is – and continues to be – a shared responsibility of government, business, its leaders, and its workforce."