Report finds little improvement in the gender pay gap or the proportion of women on boards and in managerial roles

Australian women earn only 78% of a man’s average full-time pay despite greater employer focus on gender equality in the workplace, an annual scorecard has revealed.

It also found there has been little change in the proportion of women sitting on company boards over the past three years and women remain underrepresented in management, occupying 16.5% of available roles.

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