Strategies for each of the gender equality indicators, their outputs, measures, timeframes and responsibilities

Indicator 1: Gender composition of all levels of the workforce

Outcomes

  • Gender equality is front of mind across the organisation
  • Our workforce is gender equal, diverse and inclusive
  • We counter the compounded effects of intersectional inequality

Strategies

Indicator 2: Gender composition of the governing body

Outcomes

  • The Commission’s strategic direction is equally influenced by men, women and people with self-described gender
  • We value advice that upholds our culture of service

Strategies

Indicator 3: Equal remuneration for work of equal or comparable value across all levels, irrespective of gender

Outcomes

  • We are conscious of the dynamic pay gap
  • We use evidence to close the gender pay gap across all levels
  • We offer equal pay for equal work
  • The overall pay gap is eliminated by 2023

Strategies

Indicator 4: Sexual harassment in the workplace

Outcomes

  • People know what to do if they experience or witness sexual harassment
  • There is reduced occurrence of sexual harassment
  • People feel safe and respected at work

Strategies

Indicator 5: Recruitment and promotion practices in the workplace

Outcomes

  • Recruitment and promotion practices are fair and unbiased
  • People steer their own development
  • We design for gender diversity and inclusion

Strategies

Indicator 6: Availability and utilisation of terms, conditions and practices relating to family violence leave, flexible working arrangements and working arrangements supporting workers with family or caring responsibilities

Outcomes

  • Flexible work is the norm in our workplace, right to the top
  • People feel supported to balance their professional, family and community responsibilities
  • A person’s career progression is not limited by their work arrangement

Strategies

Indicator 7: Gendered segregation in the workplace

Outcomes

  • Our management team is gender equal
  • We challenge gender norms and stereotypes
  • Women and people of self-described gender are supported to lead in public and professional forums
  • Policy and practice support societal progress toward gender equality

Strategies