Resources

The Agency uses the data that it collects to produce informative resources for the public. The aim of these resources is to provide an indicative measure of the status of gender equality within Australian workplaces.

In addition, the Agency works closely with research partners, researchers and analysts to interpret and analyse the data, forming the foundation for our educational resources on gender equality in the workplace.

 

 

The Agency regularly produces practical tools and guides that can help you implement gender equality strategies in your own workplace.

The Agency produces a range of research papers and fact sheets, that draw on both the data and academic research to investigate both the causes and impacts of gender inequality.

The Agency showcases what real people and organisations are doing to improve gender equality in their own workplaces across Australia.

The Agency has developed an interactive data visualisation resource, which allows users to investigate the entire WGEA dataset. Users can compare data across industries and even organisations.

Resources

This section contains all submissions made by the Agency into commission inquiries and reviews. Ranging from submissions on women's retirement and economic security, to the gender pay gap, parental leave and more.  

The Gender Equality Strategy Toolkit equips you with the skills and resources to start and/or continue the change process towards greater gender equality in your organisation.

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (‘the Agency’) has relaunched one of its most utilised resources: the gender pay gap calculator. The Agency has developed the gender pay gap calculator to assist employers to identify and analyse the causes of gender pay gaps within their own organisation.

KPMG has developed this report, She’s Price(d)less: The economics of the gender pay gap, for Diversity Council Australia and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. The report uses structured econometric modelling to determine the factors that underpin the gap, and to what extent they contribute to the issue.

Gender bias is pervasive at work and in organisations, creating inequalities at every stage of the employment cycle. This insight paper highlights some of the research examining how gender bias operates at work and provides evidence-based suggestions for creating more equitable recruitment and promotion systems.

Gender bias is pervasive at work and in organisations, creating inequalities at every stage of the employment cycle, from recruitment to selection to promotion. This leading practice guide provides evidence-based suggestions for creating more equitable hiring and promotion systems.

This fact sheet looks at the features of ‘female-dominated’ and ‘male-dominated’ organisations, while highlighting the unequal distribution of women and men across industries and occupations.

This research gives an overview of countries that have gender equality reporting schemes as well as information about a number of different models that are currently in use throughout the world.