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Pay and Employment Equity Review Report and Action Plan 2

Parallel issues

This section identifies questions where there was little gender difference in responses but both men and women expressed a high level of concern in relation to the issue. In most cases, questions are included where 40% or more of total respondents expressed this concern. Depending on the nature of the questions that fall into this category, the committee may decide that some of the issues are of a gendered nature and should be added to the list identified at Part 1. Number Question of survey question 18 24 25

73A 80

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There is not an obvious career path from my current position at Massey University. In doing the work of a more senior position for 15 consecutive days I did not receive any extra pay. I do not believe that the amount of extra pay I received was fair compensation for the higher duties or special administrative responsibilities I took on. I do not know what flexible work arrangements are possible at Massey University. Workload has hindered me in achieving work/life balance.

% who view/experience Females 48%

Males 41%

52%

58%

50%

56%

41%

44%

58%

62%

had Additional information

Total respondent no. = 220

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Massey PaEE Review Final Report  

http://teu.ac.nz/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/Massey-PaEE-Review-Report-Final-Report.pdf

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