To what extent does tertiary training and education actually prepare our youth for the world of work? This question reflects an emerging challenge for government
Australian workers earning $450 gross or more per month are entitled to a superannuation contribution of 9.5% of their gross salary under the Superannuation Guarantee
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
Data from the US reveals that average weekly earnings over the past 2 years have increased from around US$895 (February 2017) to US$951 in February
Trend monthly employment data in January 2019 indicated that employment increased by 24,900 with the number of unemployed increasing by 1,800 though the unemployment rate
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
The decade since the Global Financial Crisis can be regarded as one of considerable change in relation to incumbency and reward.
We note that in reports of early November, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), using ABS data, revealed that the national gender pay gap presently stands at 14.6%, the lowest in twenty years. The WGEA noted that the gap had hovered between 15% and 19% over the past two decades.