For the first time, Australians will be able to look up the gender pay gap and the proportion of women employed at every major Australian company.
New research shows that women’s earnings are negatively impacted by having children, while men’s aren’t. The effects can be long-lasting and contribute to the gender pay gap.
Longstanding concerns like the gender wage gap remain important but second-wave feminism must listen and evolve to continue to protect and promote women’s concerns.
Goldin is showing the world that economics is about more than just finance.
Goldwin’s key insight is that it makes no sense to blame women’s choices for the gender pay gap. What women choose depends on norms and the demands of employers.
Any policy interventions from Creative Australia to support visual and craft artists’ incomes will need to take a sector-wide approach.
To counter stereotypes and prejudices of women at work, we need to take a fresh look at leadership and encourage career-boosting mandates.
Our research shows that aged care work is still stigmatised by other health professionals as dirty, difficult and low-status – more than most other jobs.
Research shows strong evidence that pay transparency laws can reduce the gender pay gap.
Why companies should be worried about diversity in ‘top jobs’ and what they can do to make this happen.
A negotiation expert offers practical tips for getting the salary or promotion you want.
Research shows French firms with smaller to no gender wage gap and high female board representation also make better business.
A historian highlights the role of Frances Willard, who helped found the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, one of the major social movements of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Summing up the gender pay gap in one number hides how inequality affects different groups of women.
We will not eradicate the gender pay gap using bad statistics. Here’s what we need to do instead.
Women artists from a non-English-speaking background suffer a triple earnings penalty. But there is no gender pay gap among remote Indigenous artists.
The Albanese government’s pay secrecy ban is meant reduce gender-based pay differences. It could help others too.
Feminine leadership encompasses aspects of ourselves that have been pushed aside within conventionally male-dominant spaces. Recentring them can foster leadership that is more inclusive.
Gender equality was at the forefront of all discussions at the government’s jobs summit - but it was also a reminder there is still a long way to go.
Most women are not working full-time during most of their working lives, which holds them back from management positions and accentuates the pay gap with men, according to data released on Monday.