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Resource Centre

We know how important it is that your organisation meets its diversity targets and the gender equality indicators. Being family friendly and flexible is essential for the longevity and loyalty of all employees, not just your working parents. For these reasons, we have created this free resource centre with all the latest articles and information on these topics forefront of your mind. Browse the headlines below and click to read the full articles and information. We will keep you up-to-date with the latest news and information. 

Resources Centre

28/11/2013

The Business Council of Australia, 2013

28/11/2013

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency. Includes ‘Engaging Men in Flexible Working Arrangements,’ the first in a series of evidence-based Perspective Papers exploring the barriers and solutions to gender equality issues in the workplace.

28/11/2013

AIM: Australian Institute of Management White Paper, 2012

28/11/2013

Australian Work and Life Index (AWALI), University of South Australia, 2012

2/06/2014

Australian Human Rights Commission, 2014

Australian Human Rights Commission

19/06/2014

Department of Human Services. The Paid Parental Leave scheme Employer Toolkit is designed to assist employers, human resources staff, accountants and tax practitioners prepare employers for their role in providing Parental Leave Pay to their eligible employees.

Human Services

19/06/2014

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency Information about adapting or introducing entitlements to complement the Government's Paid Parental Leave Scheme.

Workplace Gender Equality Agency

30/07/2014

Workplace Ombudsman Tools, resources and information about flexible working arrangements and negotiating flexibility agreements

Workplace Gender Equality Agency

5/09/2014

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency Research shows that women, especially those with caring responsibilities, are more likely than men to both request and access flexible work. As a result, it is often assumed that flexible work is more relevant to women. However, workforce demographics and family models have changed. 63% of fathers with resident dependent children now have a partner in the paid workforce.

Workplace Gender Equality Agency

30/03/2015

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency A commitment to gender and pay equality is known to help employers attract and retain the best talent, and improve workplace productivity. It’s also the right thing to do. The WGEA pay equity tools have been developed to help organisations and individuals address pay equity.

Workplace Gender Equality Agency

6/08/2015

The Supporting Working Parents website is a practical guide for employers and employees. It promotes understanding of the laws relating to pregnant employees, employees on parental leave and working parents. It sets out employee entitlements and responsibilities and employer obligations.

Australian Human Rights Commission

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