Gender inequality persistently continues to be a significant hurdle infringing the rights of numerous women across all ages in Australia. This barrier to the recognition of the rights of women has also encompassed workplaces making the female workers deprived and marginalised despite their hard-work and potential. At WA Suffragettes Equal Pay, we work for ensuring gender equality between man and woman by forming a political party that stands for transforming the Australian society.
In workplaces, where male and female workers co-exist, both these two sections must gain equal access to compensations, remunerations and rewards. But, unfortunately, there is a widely observed biased behaviour towards the male worker. To create productive and dynamic working environments, both men and women employees must have equal access to resources and opportunities irrespective of their gender. This will ultimately lead the gender equality issue to disappear from the face of Australia.
Moreover, equal rights and opportunities will also help in creating a productive workplace where both men and women can earn equally and progress in their professional career choices. Subsequently, this will also help them accumulate sufficient retirement or superannuation savings.
It has been widely observed that equal pay for women is a dream far away in diverse segments of industries. Despite being in similar positions and job roles, women hardly earn equal to her male co-worker. There s also a wide disparity in the distribution of the nature of jobs role when it concerns women. The part-time and less responsible job roles are often associated with women while the full-time ones are polarised for men. We strongly condemn it and at WA Suffragettes Equal Pay, work closely with industry leaders, government agencies and human rights institutions to envisage an ‘equal pay for both genders policy’.
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