The Agency's corporate plan sets out its strategy for the following four years, as well as how the Agency's performance will be measured. The plan is prepared in accordance with the requirements of paragraph 35(1)(b) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is a regulator, as well as an educator and influencer with a vision for women and men to be equally represented, valued and rewarded in the workplace. We have an active program of engagement with media, academia and business including through our Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation and Pay Equity Ambassador program.
Our efforts to achieve this are driven by the findings from our unique dataset, which covers approximately 12,000 organisations and over 4 million employees and provides an unrivalled insight into gender equality in Australian workplaces. We work collaboratively with employers by providing advice, educational materials and practical tools to help them to improve their performance on workplace gender equality. As Australian workplaces evolve, we work creatively to develop innovative solutions to the barriers to equality.
Our corporate plan sets out our strategy for the four years ahead and how we will measure our performance.