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The gender pay gap indicates the average difference between women and men’s earnings. It’s calculated as the difference between the average total remuneration for females and the average total remuneration for males.

The median gender pay gap is calculated as the difference between the middle value of all females’ total remuneration and the middle value of all males’ total remuneration.

The gender pay gap has shifted since 2016 from 20.6% in 2016 to 16.0% as at June 2023.

The median gender pay gap between women and men as at 30 June 2023.

  • 16.0% Overall (mean) gender pay gap
    • median gender pay gap: 20.4%
  • 0.0% Average gender pay gap (weighted) within role
    • Within pay band: 0.04%

Women in leadership roles as at June 2023.

  • 65% of team leads are women
    • 2022: 64%
  • 43% of managers are women
    • 2022: 46%
  • 57% of senior managers are women
    • 2022: 57%
Last updated: 18 Dec 2023
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