Gender pay gap reporting

AWRI acknowledges that gender equality is a cornerstone of a progressive and successful workplace, fostering innovation, diversity and a culture of inclusivity. We are committed to taking actions to improve gender equality (and other aspects of diversity), so that we continue to transform into a more inclusive and equitable environment for all our employees.

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) is an Australian Government statutory agency created by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. The Act requires employers with 100 or more employees to report annually against six gender equality indicators.

From February 2024, WGEA will publish annually the gender pay gap for private sector employers with a workforce of 100 or more employees. As part of this process, employers have the opportunity to provide a statement that gives context to their gender pay gap results and outlines their plans for action.

This webpage hosts AWRI statements regarding the gender pay gap and (when available) links to our gender pay gap data on the WGEA site.

AWRI statement on Workplace Gender Equality reporting 1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023

Link to WGEA data explorer