Following interviews with culturally diverse women about their experiences in the workplace, DCA and The University of Sydney Business School have identified key barriers to progress for these women and prepared a number of recommendations for organisations to better harness these talents.
Cracking the Glass-Cultural Ceiling: Disrupting ‘double jeopardy’ to unlock the talents of culturally diverse women
For the first time ever in Australia, DCA and The University of Sydney Business School have asked culturally diverse women about their experiences in the workplace, what is preventing them from progressing and what organisations can do to better harness their talents.
In the lead up to Father’s Day on 3 September, DCA interviewed four senior executive men from DCA member organisations about what matters to them when it comes to gender equality, being a dad and what workplaces can do to support men to be more engaged fathers.
It’s Equal Pay Day on Monday 4 September, which marks the extra time women have to work past the end of the financial year in order to catch up to what men had been paid. Thus it is an ideal time to review the facts and the myths of the gender pay gap.
DCA has released a new report that examines the evidence for what works and what doesn’t when it comes to engaging men on gender equality at work.
This Mother’s Day, Diversity Council Australia is calling for more action to address the ‘Motherhood penalty’.
DCA will be making a submission to a new Senate inquiry on gender segregation in the workplace and we would like to highlight the work of DCA members in this area.
Many leading practice Australian businesses continue to reap the rewards of diversity and inclusion (D&I) while others in the community want to ignore the benefits, according to Diversity Council Australia.
Diversity Council Australia congratulates all organisations that have been awarded the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation.
The Diversity Council Australia and National Australia Bank Annual Diversity Debate held in Sydney last night found ‘engaging men’ is not the game changer for gender equality, with the audience voting in favour of the negative team by 69% to 31%.
Understanding the drivers of the gender pay gap is critical to designing interventions which will enable organisations to close the gap. A new KPMG Australia report prepared for DCA and the WGEA aims to do just that.
Diversity Council Australia is disappointed that the Federal Government is persisting with the scaling back of Government funded paid parental leave as it is bad for business, women and families.
September 8 is Equal Pay Day for 2016. It is the day to which women must work following the end of the previous financial year to have earned the same as men.
This Father’s Day, Diversity Council Australia is calling on Australian businesses to make flexible work standard business practice for working dads.
Diversity Council Australia has today released responses to its pre-election survey about policies the major parties would be taking to the election that support diversity and inclusion in Australian workplaces.
To help you get across the latest thinking and development on diversity and inclusion, we have handpicked a range of Australian and international research.
CEOs and other leaders of some of Australia’s leading organisations today met with David Morrison AO, DCA Chair and 2016 Australian of the Year, to discuss opportunities and challenges for diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace.
Women in the workplace are told that it’s our lack of confidence that’s keeping us from the corner office, the C-suite and the big bonuses. But will more confidence smash the glass ceiling and shrink the pay gap or is something else going on?
In the lead up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, DCA shines a spotlight on women and the ‘confidence gap’.
Diversity Council Australia congratulates Kate Jenkins for being appointed the new federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner.