Supporting your organisation in addressing the systemic challenge that is pay inequity
Simply put, pay equity is “the same pay for different work of equal value”. However, the issue is much broader than that, pay inequity is a systemic challenge. Addressing pay equity involves more than understanding pay levels and using job analysis tools. It requires working across a range of areas, including traditional organisation structures, and addressing long embedded attitudes and customs.
Strategic Pay has developed proprietary tools and has the depth of information and expertise to assist organisations to explore and address equity in the workplace.
These include: analytical job evaluation methodologies; unbiased, job-related market information and remuneration advice; gender pay equity audit, analysis and investigation techniques and tools.
We provide training and assistance to consultants and clients to avoid bias in job evaluation and remuneration processes and policies.
Gender and Ethnic Pay Gap Tool
Use our free gender and ethnic pay gap tool to understand diversity in your organisation. This Excel based tool, with an interactive dashboard, provides a good starting point to identify if this is an area of concern within your organisation. We can then assist you to explore further to identify possible contributors to any gender pay gap and work with you to address the underlying issues.
New Zealand Gender Pay Gap Booklet
Our Pay Equity Booklet on Analysing the Gender Pay Gap provides in-depth analysis and insights into the current pay gaps within the New Zealand context and allows organisations to consider how they stack up within their sector or industry. Download your complimentary copy to help inform decisions and encourage your organisation to take a more active role in reducing their gender pay gap
Gender Pay Gap Breakdown
Our data allows us to dive into the Gender Pay Gap by Industry so that we can see which industries are leading the charge and which of those are falling behind. We have a number of industries / sectors available to purchase a breakdown of the pay gap across benefits, base, fixed and total remuneration.