Under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, non-public sector employers with 100 or more staff must report to the WGEA annually, which covers over 12,000 Australian organisations. Information collected and contained in the data files are the gender composition of the workforce and governing bodies/boards, percentage of organisations with policy and/or strategies across a broad range of gender equality issues, paid parental leave and flexible work arrangement offerings.
Visit Data Explorer (https://data.wgea.gov.au/) for key trends and data visualisations
Visit Metadata registry (https://wgea.aristotlecloud.io/about/wgea/gender_equality_indicators) for further information about how we use the data to measure gender equality.
The Data Quality Declaration (https://www.wgea.gov.au/data/data-quality-declaration) addresses the overall quality of the Agency data in terms of relevance, timeliness, accuracy, coherence, interpretability, accessibility, and the institutional environment.