Reporting gender equality performance

Australian private sector employers with 100 or more employees must report to WGEA on six Gender Equality Indicators each year by law.  

Commonwealth public sector entities voluntarily reported their gender equality data to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA, the Agency) for the first time in 2022.  

Learn when, where and how employers report to WGEA.

Reporting guidelines

Who needs to report to WGEA? Why do employers report? And how do they do it? 

All your public sector WGEA reporting questions answered. 

Reporting portal

Employers can log in to our portal to submit their reports and access support articles and resources.

WGEA has improved the portal to make reporting workplace gender equality data easier for employers. 

Non-complaint organisations

The full list of employers who failed to comply with WGEA reporting requirements in 2022.