Intelligent automation (IA) has arrived in Australia and is already transforming the nature of work and the workplace. The advent of artificial intelligence and disruptive
In recent years, wage growth in Australia has been uncharacteristically low in a range of key labour cost advices, including the Wage Price Index (WPI).
In the face of broad-based low wage growth, there has been considerable analysis undertaken to better understand the causes and consequences. This year, the Reserve
Job evaluation exists to assist organisations of varying scale and industry to develop equitable pay arrangements across all locations and occupations with a standardised method
Initial concerns from the Hayne Royal Commission related to Director engagement in the determination of remuneration policy and, in particular, incentives. Shareholder focus has since
In late February the ASX released the most recent edition of their Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations. We note that the recommendations
As a Federal election year, 2019 is likely to see ongoing comment on the equity and equality of pay as the two major political parties
The recently released Report from the Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) indicates greater representation of women in leadership roles in the five years to
In its recent Report spanning five years of data collection to July 2018, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency observed a decline in the pay gap
Every organisation has data about its people in some form or another. In some cases, it is just payroll data; in others it is held in spreadsheets; some organisations are even lucky enough to have some form of HR information system (HRIS).