Universities face new reporting requirements to promote gender equality
By Sonia Albertini
Changes to gender reporting requirements under the new Workplace Gender Equality Act 2014 (Cth) will see tighter requirements placed on universities, the first of which is a submission to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency by 31 May 2014.
The new act replaces the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999 (Cth) to more accurately reflect and promote the issues of men and women in the workplace.
Over the next two years, universities will be expected to transition to the new reporting and compliance framework under the act…
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