29 mars 2014

Two thirds of Australians support workplace gender reporting

http://www.nteu.org.au//var/files/thumbs/a780532dd116f8da145bac8c4c7961bc_5b19dccaf4dd86dd45dc2e13dec72aea_w80_.jpgBy Terri Macdonald (NTEU National Office). An Essential Media poll released today found that only 15 per cent of Australians think workplace gender reporting should be weakened to apply only to companies with more than one thousand employees.
On average, women are paid 17.5 per cent less than men in Australia. This gender pay gap has remained at between 15 and 18 per cent for the last two decades - prompting the Federal Government in 2012 to introduce new gender equality legislation requiring organisations (with 100 + employees) to report on their efforts to improve gender equity in their workplace, including the numbers of women employees, their pay rates and levels. More...
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