26 November 2015: World-leading data covering four million employees in Australia reveals there has been some progress towards workplace gender equality but stubborn pay gaps persist across industries, occupations and management categories. The second year of data collected by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency covers 12,229 employers and represents over 40% of employees in Australia. […]
Women make up 50.2% of all non-manager roles in the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s data, and only 15.4% of CEO positions. Visit the WGEA Data Explorer to find out more about workplace gender equality and find out how your industry is performing: http://data.wgea.gov.au
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and White Ribbon Day, the Government has called on all Australians to do everything they can to end violence against women. Earlier today, the Prime Minister addressed the annual White Ribbon Day Breakfast at Parliament House. The Prime Minister reiterated that all violence […]
The sixteen days of activism against gender violence runs from the 25th of November to the 10th of December each year. A group of awesome students from Glenroy Secondary & Brunswick Secondary have created ……..
eS4W Member – BPW Australia is a community of women affiliated with BPW International, who focus on issues that affect women and work. This video coupled with motion graphics shows the highlights of the 2015 Equal Pay Day Event.
While less appalling than the Government’s original proposals, the revised Family Tax Benefit (FBT) reforms are unlikely to have a significant effect on workforce participation, particularly in those states and territories with high unemployment, claim a range of workforce experts including the National Foundation of Australian Women (NFAW), Equality Rights Alliance (ERA), economic Security for […]
At the beginning of October, WGEA launched the GEI3 Pay Equity data for 2014-15 accompanied by their 2015 pay equity report card, as well as a case study from theCommonwealth Bank on pay equity. As part of that report, WGEA announced that the number of employers conducting a gender pay gap analysis has increased 17.6% in the […]
Monday 26th October: WIRE is holding a face to face consultation with women to talk about issues that affect their economic wellbeing – to learn more about the issue and to participate visit – http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=164021 To learn more about the issues visit www.security4women.org.au/economic-wellbeing
From today, until mid November, a national alliance of women’s organisations is encouraging all women to have their say about their lifelong economic wellbeing. economic Security4Women is seeking women’s views on their economic empowerment, workforce participation and their savings for retirement. “We will be exploring the capacity of women in Australia to participate in, contribute […]
economic Security4Women congratulates Senator Michaelia Cash as she enters cabinet as Minister for Employment, Minister for Women and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service. We are pleased to continue to work with Senator Cash and look forward to the positive impact on the economic security of women that will result from the cross […]