Do you need to complete public sector reporting in 2022? Make sure you read WGEA's step-by-step guide before you get started.
Over the past year, the Agency has been working hard to implement new enhancements to the WGEA Portal, with a particular focus on improving usability and ease of reporting.
Over the last few months the Agency has been sharing some of the features of the new WGEA reporting system ahead of the next reporting cycle in 2021...
There is just under one week remaining in the 2019 WGEA report submission period, with reports due by Friday 31 May 2019.
The new reporting system will make the process of reporting simpler and faster for employers. We will provide detailed information about each of these changes between now and next April.
As we are improving our reporting systems to make it easier for you to use, we are also updating your CAB reports. This year, your CAB report will look a little different.
A number of organisations told us that the manager categories required to be submitted in their Workplace Profile did not always reflect the variety of roles in their corporate structure. To help better reflect the internal structure of your organisation and your managers, we have added some additional manager categories.
You may have noticed that the Reporting section of the Agency’s website has a new look! We’ve transformed all the print reporting guides into the ‘Guide to reporting’, your one-stop-shop for guidance on the reporting process.
AS COVID-19 continues to cause disruption in many workplaces, the Agency has decided to delay the start and extend the report submission period for 2020 to assist employers who may need some additional time to prepare and submit compliance reports.
Are you ready to report this year? 2019-20 compliance reports are due for submission between 1 May and 31 July 2020.