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Pay and Employment Equity Review Report and Action Plan

The gender equity issues being addressed in the action plan Issue applies to which staff An overall gender pay gap Academic, General Pay gaps for specific groups of staff: Professors, Science Academic, General technicians Occupational segregation – general staff women are Academic, General concentrated in female-dominated work Women are under-represented in senior positions and over- Academic, General represented in lower positions Women’s starting salaries are lower than men’s in some Academic, General occupations Women are over-represented in tutor and senior tutor academic Academic, General positions Academic women are over-represented on fixed term contracts Academic, General Part-time work options do not meet the needs of the range of Academic, General women workers Women do not progress through the academic promotions Academic, General process as quickly as men Bullying, harassment, discrimination and other inappropriate Academic, General behaviour and dissatisfaction about how these are addressed.

The gender equity issues identified at Massey University are: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Priorities for commencing implementation of the actions 2011 Gender pay gap for specific groups of staff (Issue 3) Women’s starting salaries (Issue 5) Bullying and harassment (Issue 10) Women’s over-representation as tutors (Issue 6) Women not progressing through academic promotion process as quickly as men (Issue 9) 2012 Occupational segregation by gender (Issue3) Women’s under-representation in senior positions (Issue 4) 2013 Academic women’s over-representation on fixed term agreements (Issue 7) Part-time work options to better meet the needs of women (Issue 8)


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