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Pay transparency not an immediate priority for new government

As more women flow into senior executive roles, however, advocates vow to keep driving to fight gender and ethnic pay gaps.

Dita De Boni Tue, 28 Nov 2023

The question of whether pay transparency legislation will progress, and when, is a live one, in the wake of a new Government for the country that includes one leader who wants to abolish the Ministry for Women altogether. 

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