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Women's Work or Men's Work – Can we Bridge the Pay Gap?

$38 Limited inc GST
Women's Work or Men's Work – Can we Bridge the Pay Gap?

<p>The national gender pay gap is currently 16.2% and has hovered between 15% and 19% for the past two decades. Data shows that the proportion of women has increased over the past two decades in

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The national gender pay gap is currently 16.2% and has hovered between 15% and 19% for the past two decades. Data shows that the proportion of women has increased over the past two decades in Australia’s two female-dominated industries (Health Care and Social Assistance and Education and Training), while there has been a decrease in women’s representation in the most male-dominated industry, Construction, and little improvement in Mining. In this session we will explore some of the factors behind these statistics and what we need to do to challenge stereotypes, overcome barriers to participation and achieve gender pay equity.


COURSE OUTLINE

  • Gender Workplace Statistics
  • Gender Pay & Superannuation Gaps
  • Occupational and Industry Segregation
  • Stereotyping and Attitudes to Power and Equality
  • Overcoming barriers to participation
  • Achieving Gender Pay Equity

PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Identify and explore similarities and differences between gender workplace statistics
  2. Discuss similarities and differences in gender power in the workplace, barriers to participation and promotion