join us to acknowledge the 50th Anniversary of Australia’s historic ‘equal pay’ legislation and to continue the conversation to achieve gender pay equity.
Join the conversation #EPD2017 – on the 4th September. “Australia has achieved genuine equality between women and men in education,” said Ms Lyons WGEA Director Libby Lyons. “However, the persistent gender pay gap reflects the barriers women face in accessing equivalent pay packets to men. “This is ………………. a disaster for women, who are retiring […]
The gender pay gap is highest in the 45-54 age group at 20.0%. Increasing women’s workforce participation by 6% could add $25 billion a year to Australia’s GDP. (WGEA 2017)