Interactive Workshop on Gender Pay Equity

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Date: Tuesday, 18 July 2017 to Tuesday, 18 July 2017
Address: , NSW Australia
Place: Sydney CBD, provided to confirmed attendees
Total Price: $95.00


Member $75, Non-Member $95 



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Interactive Workshop on Gender Pay Equity




We’ve all heard of Australia’s gender pay gap, currently sitting at 16%.  But how can organisations identify and close their own gender pay gaps?


The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) will conduct an interactive forum for Consult Australia members and other industry stakeholders, designed to help participants understand and address gender pay equity in their own organisations and across the industry.


WGEA will provide an overview on why gender pay equity matters, the types of pay gaps that exist and present a six-step process for addressing gender pay equity.


Participants will then break into small groups to brainstorm solutions to common pay equity challenges; and leave the session with strategies, tools and resources to improve pay equity outcomes in their own organisations.


The workshop will be facilitated by WGEA’s Education Managers, Helen Karatasas and Janin Bredehoft.





Helen Karatasas, Education Manager


Helen Karatasas is the Education Manager (Acting) with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. Helen joined the Agency in November 2011. Prior to this, Helen was a senior lawyer in both the public sector and private practice, specialising in employment law and workplace relations. She holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney.




Janin Bredehoft, Education Manager


Janin Bredehoeft is Education and Research Manager (Acting) at the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. She provides expert analysis and advice, leading the development of evidence-based research and education reports and tools to drive gender equality in Australia. In addition to this, Janin is currently completing her PhD at the University of Sydney; analysing the developments of academic labour markets in Germany and Australia between 1980 and 2012. She holds a Master of International Relations, a Master of European Studies and a Bachelor of Honours in Political Economy. She started her career as a nurse specialising in intensive care





Event Details


Tuesday 18 July
9:30am to 11:30am
Sydney CBD (provided to confirmed attendees)

Member $75, Non-Member $95
(All prices include GST)

Tea, Coffee, a light breakfast and morning tea will be provided





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