• FWX June qtr  0.9% (72.2pts)
  • FWX y-o-y change  -1% (72.2pts)
  • Total timeframe to Financial Gender Equality  101
  • Timeframe to Equality on Employment  31 years
  • Timeframe to Equality on Underemployment  16 years
  • Timeframe to Equality on Gender Pay Gap  21 years
  • Timeframe to Equality on Unpaid Work  101 years
  • Timeframe to Equality on Women On Boards  7 years
  • Timeframe to Equality on Superannuation  40 years
  • Gender Pay Gap  0.8pts (14.2%)
  • Gender Pay Gap sub-index  -1%
  • Employment sub-index  -2% (71%)
  • Superannuation sub-index  69%
  • Gender Gap Superannuation  31%
  • Underemployment Rate sub-index  8%
  • Education sub-index  92%
  • ASX 200 Women On Boards sub-index  67%
  • ASX 200 Women On Boards  0.1pts (33.5%)
  • Unpaid Work sub-index  65%

Everyday must do negotiations: Set yourself up to lead

Many women think “negotiation” is a dirty word; they avoid negotiating as much as possible. But everyday negotiations can be a win-win for employee and employer. It’s not just about negotiating the front-end salary, but about negotiating the role responsibilities, resources, professional development, and work flexibility that best support your career. With a little practice, women can be extremely effective negotiators, but the strategies that work best for women aren’t the same strategies that work for men.

Key discussion points and workshop areas:

  • Recognising the barriers that keep women from negotiating in the workplace (and knowing when to push past them).
  • Identifying the everyday work situations that are most/least receptive to negotiations.
  • Developing a positive negotiation reputation.
  • The behaviours that contribute to an effective negotiation (pro tip: many of those behaviours happen before the negotiation starts!).


Carol Kulik
Carol Kulik is a Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of South Australia Business School. Her research focuses on gender equality in the workplace, and her current projects are investigating strategies to increase the representation of women in leadership roles and close the gender pay gap. Carol is the author of a book called Human Resources for the non-HR Manager; the book explains how HR research can make anyone a better boss.

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Friday 29th October
12:00 – 1:00 PM AEST
Carol Kulik
Professor of Human Resource Management


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Friday 29th October


12:00 – 1:00 PM AEST


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