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Guide to gender pay equity

This guide will help you diagnose the status of pay equity in your organisation, set goals, and take practical steps to improve pay equity as part of your gender equality strategy.

Pay gap calculator: sample data set

Worked example: pay gap analysis

This document provides two worked examples for conducting a payroll analysis within a small business.

Guide: Pay equity for small business

Small businesses face a unique set of issues when it comes to managing and improving equality between women and men in their workplace. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency, in collaboration with economic Security4Women, has developed a three step guide for small businesses to address pay inequity.

Pay equity and legal risk management

In collaboration with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, Dentons has developed this briefing note which outlines the legal framework related to pay equity. This briefing note also outlines key considerations for organisations in managing their legal risks at each of the six stages of the pay equity journey.

Gender pay equity in awards and enterprise agreements

Awards and enterprise agreements are common methods of setting pay for organisations. For more information on awards, enterprise agreements and other registered agreements including relevant pay scales, please visit the Fair Work Ombudsman or Fair Work Commission.

Report Shows $100k gender pay gap for top tier managers

Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, in collaboration with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, has today released a report demonstrating that amongst top tier managers in Australian organisations, men are paid on average $100,000 per year more than women.

BCEC WGEA Gender Equity Insights 2017

Gender Equity Insights 2017: Inside Australia's Gender Pay Gap Cover

Our 2017 report in conjunction with Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre analyses reporting data relating to gender pay gaps and explores trends and contributing factors.

The report shows the extent and consequences of gender segregation in the workplace and also provides evidence that greater balance of senior management levels drives organisational change and improved gender pay outcomes.

Media Release: BCEC WGEA 2018