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Report Hub: Workplace
Australia's Gender Equality Scorecard: Key findings from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s 2018-19 reporting data
“This year, our data shows the gender pay gap continued to decline, which is good news. But men still out-earn women, on average (...) Although change is happening in some key areas, more effort needs to be made in others."
Gender equality diagnostic tool
"The Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s (‘WGEA’ or ‘Agency’) Gender Equality Diagnostic Tool (Diagnostic Tool) helps you to analyse the status of gender equality and pinpoint gender equality gaps within your organisation."
Gender equality strategy guide
"The comprehensive WGEA Gender equality strategy suite covers the ‘Gender Equality Strategy Guide’ and the ‘Gender Equality Diagnostic Tool’. This suite will help organisations to achieve workplace gender equality".
Australia's Gender Equality Scorecard: Key findings from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s 2017-18 reporting data
"The WGEA dataset includes gender pay gaps by industry and by manager category and non-manager occupation. It includes superannuation, bonuses and other additional payments."
Five Years of Workplace Gender Equality Agency Data: The key trends
"After five years, the data has now provided us with a detailed understanding about what policies and practices are making a difference."
Women in the Workplace 2018
"For the last four years, companies have reported that they are highly committed to gender diversity. But that commitment has not translated into meaningful progress. The proportion of women at every level in corporate America has hardly changed. Progress
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".