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Part B – Findings and conclusions ......................................................................................................... 41 Massey University staff profile by gender ........................................................................................................ 41 Background to the measures used......................................................................................................... 41 Massey University staff profile ......................................................................................................................... 43 What Massey University is doing well in respect to gender equity ................................................................. 46 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

The first university in NZ to undertake an analysis of pay and employment equity ................... 47 Improved representation of women on the Senior Leadership Team since 2008 ...................... 47 Increased number of female Associate Professors in the last three years, and their overall representation in this group ........................................................................................................ 48 The payment of women managers within the ICT area .............................................................. 48 Targeted support to women to promote research – the University Women’s Award ............... 49 Increased participation on, and support for, the Women and Leadership programme ............. 49 Provision of support to the Women@Massey group .................................................................. 49 The formation of the Gender Equity Advisory Group.................................................................. 49 Approval and resourcing of the Women’s Virtual Resource Centre............................................ 50 Enabling sick leave provisions ...................................................................................................... 50

Massey University’s gender equity issues ........................................................................................................ 51 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

An overall gender pay gap ........................................................................................................... 52 Pay gaps for specific groups of staff ............................................................................................ 54 Occupational segregation – general staff women concentrated in female-dominated work .... 63 Women under-represented in senior positions and over-represented in lower positions......... 71 Women’s starting salaries are lower than those of men ............................................................. 79 Women are over-represented in tutor and senior tutor academic positions ............................. 84 Academic women are over-represented on fixed term agreements .......................................... 88 Part-time work options do not meet the needs of the range of women workers ...................... 93 Women do not progress through the academic promotions process as quickly as men ........... 98 Bullying, harassment, discrimination and other inappropriate behaviour and dissatisfaction about how these are addressed ................................................................................................ 104 Other issues.......................................................................................................................................... 113 Part C – The action plan ...................................................................................................................... 116 Implementation and monitoring of the action plan ...................................................................................... 116 The gender equity issues being addressed in the action plan ....................................................................... 117 Priorities for commencing implementation of the actions ............................................................................ 117 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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The gender pay gap.................................................................................................................... 118 The gender pay gap for specific groups of staff ......................................................................... 119 Occupational segregation – general staff women in female-dominated work ......................... 122 Women are under-represented in senior positions and over-represented in lower positions 125 Women’s starting salaries are lower than those of men ........................................................... 128 Women are over-represented in tutor and senior tutor academic positions ........................... 131 Academic women are over-represented on fixed term agreements ........................................ 133

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