Understand if there is a gender pay gap in your business
The Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (WGEA) requires Australian organisations of more than 100 people to annually report on remuneration practices by gender, to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (also WGEA), with the aim of closing the gender pay gaps identified by WGEA.
With the spotlight on gender equality, companies now need deep insights to understand if there are gender pay gaps in their business.
Close the gaps in gender pay bias
Gender pay bias may not be obvious. GRG can help you uncover if there is pay bias relating to gender, or the potential for bias creeping into your system, to provide deep insights and recommendations that help you on your way to becoming an employer of choice, with: