gender pay gap
The full-time gender pay gap may be “trending down”, but men still take home an average of $26,527 more than women each year, according to the latest gender equality scorecard from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency
In an article published on LinkedIn, PwC’s CEO Luke Sayers admits gender pay gap exists within the company, which employs 6,300 people. After conducting a gender pay equity audit last year, the company decided to come clean with its employees and the broader public, saying transparency is one of the most powerful ways Australia can address the issue of pay equity. [Source: LinkedIn].