She’s Price(d)less: The Economics of the Gender Pay Gap
In partnership with KPMG and WGEA, DCA was delighted to invite membes and guests to a special event to launch the third in our important series of research reports on the drivers of the gender pay gap.
This third iteration of She’s Price(d)Less: The Economics Of The Gender Pay Gap includes new insights into what has changed over the past three years in the factors underpinning the gender pay gap in Australia, as well as exploring some potential impacts of strategies at a government and company level that may help reduce the gap.
Stephen Barrow-Yu, Executive Director, People & Change, KPMG and DCA Board member, was our MC for this event. Alison Kitchen, National Chair at KPMG launched the report findings followed by a moderated panel discussion around the implications for the workplace. Our guest panel included:
- Alison Kitchen, National Chair at KPMG Australia
- Lisa Annese, CEO, Diversity Council Australia
- Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency, and
- Dr Terry Fitzsimmons, Director UQ Centre for Gender Equality in the Workplace and CEO Australian Gender Equality Council