WGEA Employer Statement

Gender pay gap is concerned with differences in the average earnings of men and women over a standard time period, regardless of their role or seniority. As gender pay gaps are based on averages taken across a company, they do not consider factors such as job type or seniority. It differs to equal pay which considers men and women receiving equal pay for equal work.

In this Employer Statement, we’ve set out combined results for our employees and associates (the temporary workers we pay on behalf of our clients) as required by the Australian government.

Take a read of the 2024 edition of the Employer Statement by downloading it here.