The latest statistics from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency in Australia are out. It lists 767 mining companies listed (it counts business units/mine sites so there are 48 listings just for BHP). Have a look at those companies and detailed reports for each here
– Women represent 45% or the total workforce but only 26% of key management.
– One third of organisations have no women in key management or executive levels.
– Less than 9% of organisations have a plan to lift representation of women on their board.
– The gender pay gap is just under 20% but only 1 in 4 organisations have conducted a pay equity analysis.
Mining has 190,171 employees within 162 organisations (organisations with 100 or more employees that reported to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency for the 2013-14 reporting period). 15.7% of employees are female.There is a 17.2% gender pay gap for full-time employees.
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