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  1. 1. 1 WIRe Erica van Lieven Managing Director March 2016 Diversity and work in Australia Taking a leap forward
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  3. 3. Education: Australian girls are ahead of boys on literacy Maths Science and Reading scores on PISA, 15 Years old Source: OECD 2004 Learning for Tomorrow’s World – First results from PISA 2003
  4. 4. Source: ABS 2001 Transition from Education to Work Survey; 2002-2010 Surveys of Education and Work In average year 12 male students achieve lower marks than female students
  5. 5. From a slow start women in Australia have increased their participation in tertiary education
  6. 6. Women out number men in enrolments for bachelor degrees Source: ABS 2011 Survey of Education and Work
  7. 7. Yet median starting salaries for women are consistently lower than males… Source: ABS Gender Indicators Australia, Australian Social Trends July 2012
  8. 8. Fields of education where men earned more than women in 2012 and 2011 2012 2011 Industry Male ($, 000) Female ($, 000) Male ($, 000) Female ($, 000) Architecture and building 52 43 50 43 Dentistry 92 77.6 80 75 Optometry 82 75 72 70 Law 55 50.7 52 50 Economics, business 50 47 50 45 Art and design 42.5 40 42 40 Accounting 50 48 48 46 Mathematics 58.1 56 55 55 Veterinary science 46 45 43 45 Paramedical studies 53 52 52 50 Social work 50.9 50 49 50 Psychology 49.5 49 50 47 Agricultural science 50.5 50 45 46 Source: Workplace Gender Equality Agency | GradStats – starting salaries | www.wgea.gov.au In 13 fields of education male starting salaries were greater than their female counterparts
  9. 9. We are wasting the investment in education Source: Gender Equality in Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship: OECD, May 2012
  10. 10. Market Research has a higher proportion of female CEOS’s relative to other industries in Australia Source: Workplace Gender Equity Agency, includes data from the 2013-14 and 2014-15 reporting periods
  11. 11. However there remains a gap of approx. 16% in total remuneration between men and women in 2015 in MR Source: Workplace Gender Equity Agency, includes data from the 2013-14 and 2014-15 reporting periods
  12. 12. Representation of women in senior executive positions in ASX 200 companies has not exceeded 13% for the past decade Source: Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency ; 2012 Australian Census of Women in Leadership
  13. 13. What stops women from reaching the top? Source: What stops women from reaching the top? Confronting the tough issues, BAIN & Co 2011
  14. 14. “ Peter Stubbs and Dianne Dunleavy, weekend radio Melbourne 3AW, FEB 2016 It's odd that people need to bring up the fact we are male and female. Neither of us judge people according to their gender but we have sometimes been treated that way. I have had meetings with management where I was the focus of the discussion but management directed all the comments to Grubby. I was invisible. If there are complaints about something said on our show they are usually about me – even though it might not have been me who made the remarks”
  15. 15. “One of the greatest discoveries you can make, is to understand how fear can hold you back…..
  16. 16. PASTARE YOU COURAGEOUS ENOUGH TO ABANDON THE PAST?
  17. 17. Warren Buffet is bullish on women We’ve seen what can be accomplished when we use 50 per cent of our human capacity. If you visualise what 100 per cent can do, you’ll join me as an unbridled optimist. Warren Buffet , Fortune Magazine May 20, 2013 “ Women should never forget that it is common for powerful and seemingly self-assured males to have more than a bit of the Wizard of Oz in them. Pull the curtain aside, and you'll often discover they are not supermen after all. (Just ask their wives!) Fortune Magazine May 20, 2013 “
  18. 18. References Australian Bureau of Statistics 2013, Australian Social Trends, cat. no. 4102. 0, ABS, Canberra. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2012, Australian Social Trends, cat. no. 4102. 0, ABS, Canberra. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2012, GenderIndicators, cat. no. 4125.0, ABS, Canberra Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011, Australian Social Trends, cat. no. 4102. 0, ABS, Canberra. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2006, Australian Social Trends, cat. no. 4102. 0, ABS, Canberra. Australian Government & Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency 2012, Australian Census of Women in Leadership, Australian Government & Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency, Canberra. Toohey, T Colosimo, D Boak, A 2009, Economics:Australia's Hidden Resource: The Economic Case For Increasing Female Participation', Goldman Sachs JBWere Investment Research, Australia. OECD 2012, 'Gender Equality in Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship: Final Report to the MCM 2012', OECD, Paris. Sanders, M Hrdlicka, J Hellicar, M Cottrell, D Knox, J 2011 'What stops women from reaching the top? Confronting the tough issue', Bain & Company, Sydney. Sandberg, S 2013, 'Lean in: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead', Alfred A.Knope, New York. Fortune Magazine, May 2013 Warren Buffett is bullish ... on women; Increasing the number of Women in Senior Executive Positions, Business Council of Australia Report BY Meredith Hellicar Nov 2013 Graduate Careers Australia (2012), Postgraduate Destinations Report 2011, http://www.graduatecareers.com.au/Research/Resear chReports/PostgraduateDestinations Workplace Gender Equity Agency, includes data from the 2013-14 and 2014-15 reporting periods
  19. 19. +61 2 8354 4800 directionfirst.com THANK YOU! +61 2 8354 4800 +61 2 9357 1666 info@directionfirst.com linkedin.com/company/direction-first @directionfirst Erica van Lieven Managing Director

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