Implementing a strategic approach to pay equity

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Achieving gender equality, including gender pay equity,  is a process that takes time and conscious significant effort. Gender pay equity is about ensuring women and men performing the same role are paid the same amount, and women and men performing different work of equal or comparable value are paid equitably. This requires a valuing of skills, responsibilities and working conditions in a nondiscriminatory way.

Unintended gender biases in hiring, promotion, performance  and pay decisions can lead to incidences of pay inequity in almost every organisation. Any unfairness or perceived unfairness can negatively impact workplace productivity, employee engagement and morale, access to talent, and retention. That’s why reviewing the results of a comprehensive pay equity audit and developing a pay  equity action plan is a feature of best practice talent management, while also providing a valuable insight into your gender diversity performance.

You can download the full guide below:

Guide to gender pay equity

This guide will help you diagnose the status of pay equity in your organisation, set goals, and take practical steps to improve pay equity as part of your gender equality strategy.

Case study: Viva Energy