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Part-time work options at Massey University do not meet the needs of the range of women workers ...................................................................................................................................... 135 Women do not progress through the academic promotions process as quickly as men ......... 137 Dissatisfaction about bullying, harassment, discrimination and other inappropriate behaviour and how these are addressed .................................................................................................... 139

Appendices ........................................................................................................................................ 142 Appendix 1: Pay and Employment Equity Review Survey ............................................................................. 141 Appendix 2: Relevant Institutional Information – Pay and Employment Equity Review Project Summary . 175 Appendix 3: PEEAT (Pay and Employment Equity Analysis Tool) – Summary list of gender differences ...... 141 Appendix 4: PaEE Review Survey – Summary of Respondent Population .................................................... 145 Appendix 5: Survey analysis .......................................................................................................................... 147 Appendix 6: Open-ended Survey Question 31 .............................................................................................. 157 Appendix 7: Massey University Salary Scales 2009 (from the Collective Employment Agreement) ............ 166 Appendix 8: Science technicians ................................................................................................................... 170 Appendix 9: Statistical analysis of general staff by letter-grade and of survey data: opportunities for advancement and perceptions of equality..................................................................................................... 172 Appendix 10: Gender Differences in Pay by Grade ....................................................................................... 184

Tables Table 1: Baseline numerical data for thirteen participating ITPs ..................................................................... 26 Table 2: Representation and distribution of men women at Massey University as at December 2009 ......... 28 Table 3: PaEE review committee meeting dates and focus of the meetings ................................................... 30 Table 4: PEEAT charts used to analyse the HR and payroll data ...................................................................... 35 Table 5: Factors contributing to the New Zealand gender pay gap (Dixon 2000)............................................ 42 Table 6: The UK pay gap and productivity gap (Walby and Olsen 2002) ......................................................... 42 Table 7: Representation and distribution of men women at Massey University as at December 2009 ......... 44 Table 8: Gender differences in pay on base salary as at December 2009 ....................................................... 45 Table 9: Gender differences in pay (base salary), December 2009.................................................................. 52 Table 10: Number of professors by college (excluding those who are managers such as PVC or HoD) .......... 54 Table 11: Number of science technician staff by grade and gender ................................................................ 59 Table 12: Average base salary for by grade and gender .................................................................................. 60 Table 13: Main science technician roles by average base salary by gender .................................................... 60 Table 14: Comparison by gender of general staff in jobs matched by title, category, and grade ................... 62 Table 15: Distribution of general staff by gender ............................................................................................ 64 Table 16: Male-dominated work (Level 4 ANZSCO, filtered data) ................................................................... 64 Table 17: Female-dominated work (Level 4 ANZSCO, filtered data)................................................................ 65 Table 18: Average base salaries of males and females for employees in general grades A–I (gen A–I).......... 67 Table 19: Women’s representation in academia ............................................................................................. 71 Table 20: Accelerated increment (AI) by grade ................................................................................................ 73 Table 21: Gender representation on the Senior Leadership Team .................................................................. 74

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