Internal Research

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.

This paper aims to clarify the difference between gender diversity targets and quotas and the advantages and disadvantages of adopting either one as a strategy to promote gender diversity at work.

This paper explores the differences between mentoring and sponsorship for women in the workforce and outlines the benefits and the drawbacks for both.

This paper explores the link between the unequal distribution of caring work between women and men and the unequal labour market outcomes.

This paper reviews the factors that contribute to women's poor economic security upon retirement and offers a number of suggestions on how employers can improve women's economic security.

This paper explores the different parental leave policies available in OECD countries and offers suggestions for increasing the share of men using parental leave.

This paper explores how workplace negotiation contributes to gender inequality and what organisations and individuals can do to improve outcomes.

This report, from WGEA and Bankwest Curtin Economic Centre analyses WGEA reporting data relating to gender pay gaps and explores trends and contributing factors.

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.