Gender equality is the result of a number of complex issues. The Agency produces publications that draw on both the data and academic research to investigate both the causes and impacts of gender inequality. The evidence-based publications listed below offer deeper insights into topics such as negotiation in the workplace, parental leave, women's economic security in retirement, unpaid care work, mentoring and sponsorship and targets and quotas.
KPMG, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) and Diversity Council Australia (DCA) have released the fourth report in the important series on the economics of the gender pay gap.
She’s Price(d)less is the only analysis of its kind in Australia that analyses the contributing drivers of the gender pay gap to explain why the gender pay gap exists, and where it needs to be addressed the most.
Although Australian women enrol in and complete higher education and enter the labour market at a higher proportion than men, they are still substantially less likely to work full-time across all age groups and less likely to reach the highest earning levels.
The Wages and Ages: Mapping the Gender Pay Gap by Age data series is the first time WGEA data has been broken down by age to track these patterns.
Australia's gender equality scorecard is a report released each year by the Agency. The report showcases a sample of the key findings from that year's reporting period and includes information on gender segregation, gender pay gaps, women in leadership and much more.