How to Build a Gender Equal Workforce


"The average full time weekly wage of a woman is 15.3% less than a man". As we look ahead into the future, our leaders will be those who empower gender equality amongst their employees through Diversity + Inclusion.  In Australia, companies are realising that women are good for business. Women on boards of ASX 200 listed companies has increased from 8.3% in 2009 to 26.2% in 2018. 

This week there is great pride amongst our team, as nine inspirational Australian women leaders are celebrated and recognised amongst the 100 most Influential people in global policy around the world in Apolitical Group Limited’s Gender Equality Top 100 Most Influential People in Global PolicyLibby Lyons, Director WGEA, along with her fellow Australian female global thought leaders are advancing gender equality for greater futures.


Talk to us about how we can support you to become a WGEA (Workplace Gender Equality Agency) certified Employer of Choice  for Gender Equality in 2018-19.

Any questions? Just ask!

Warm Regards,