Resources

Find research, case studies and tools to help your organisation take action against gender inequality issues in the workplace.

 

 

Actions we can take in the workplace to reduce the gender pay gap.

Assistance to address pay equity problems in your organisation.

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

Better support for carers in the workplace helps improve gender equality.

Support and protect working parents with good parental leave policy.

Flexibility is a key enabler of gender equality.

Eliminate gender bias that prevent career progression.

Understand how different factors intersect with gender equality in our society.

Recognising family violence as a workplace issue and putting supports in place for employees.

Preventing sex-based discrimination in the workplace.

Engage with employees when implementing gender equality strategies in your workplace.

Helping men access workplace flexibility and parental leave.

Support for small businesses wanting to manage gender equality issues.

Resources

Gender equitable procurement and supply chain strategies involve organisational procurement of goods and services, which are designed to improve gender equality objectives in either the procuring organisation or the supplying organisation.

The ‘future of work’ has captured public imagination in recent years as business leaders, policymakers, media pundits and academics debate whether and how work as we know it will continue. This insights paper addresses the future of work debate, considers its shortcomings and reframes the discussion in gendered terms.

The intersection of gender and technology highlights workplace inequities. The under-representation of women in the education, jobs, and sectors that produce technology influences technology design and function. 

Health crises can exacerbate existing gender inequalities. As the global health pandemic caused by COVID-19 is ongoing, the impacts and effects are still being assessed and understood. However, preliminary research and emerging data show that women are likely to be affected in particular ways by this global pandemic.

Women face greater risk of economic insecurity in retirement than men. To be economically secure in retirement means to be financially secure through a steady income and/or other resources to support a decent standard of living in the foreseeable future.

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.