Femeconomy has partnered with The 30% Club and leading Australian Board Directors to develop a Gender Equality Procurement Toolkit, to support organisations to implement procurement strategies that create gender equality across their supply chains, and foster ethical supply practices. Femeconomy have also developed an example Gender Equality Procurement Policy that is targeted towards Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Currently women […]
Boosting Economic Security for All Women living in Australia Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on WEDNESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2020 10 am to 1 pm (Morning Tea provided) at SOUTH AUSTRALIA PARLIAMENT HOUSE North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000 GUEST SPEAKER: Stephen Koukoulas, eS4W economist in residence will present on “The impact of unpaid […]
Boosting Economic Security for All Women living in Australia Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2020 12 noon to 3 pm (Light lunch provided) at EDEN GROVE MANNING FUNCTION CENTRE 25 James Stirling Place HARVEY WA 6220 GUEST SPEAKER: Stephen Koukoulas, eS4W economist in residence will present on “The […]
join us to acknowledge the 50th Anniversary of Australia’s historic ‘equal pay’ legislation and to continue the conversation to achieve gender pay equity.
Statistics from the latest AICD Gender diversity progress report show a worrying slowdown in progress towards the AICD’s 30% target for women on ASX 200 boards.
The aim of gender equality in the workplace is to achieve broadly equal outcomes for women and men, not necessarily outcomes that are exactly the same for all.
Using Average Weekly Earnings data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) calculates the national gender pay gap to be 15.3% for full-time employees, a difference of $251.20 per week. Follow the conversation at #EPD2017. WGEA Director Libby Lyons said Equal Pay Day was an important reminder of the continuing […]
Most women don’t work full-time. Women work part-time at three times the rate of men, which reduces their income and savings capacity.