Demand a pay transparency agency to close the gender and ethnic pay gap
Lauren Bartley, a social worker, talks about the benefits of pay transparency.
Pay transparency means that employees can compare their wages with others in their sector to determine whether they are paid appropriately for their current role.
Several women have come forward about their appalling experiences of discrimination over pay and progression opportunities in workplaces across the country.
Pay transparency has been acknowledged around the world as an important way of reducing the gender pay gap.
Saunoamaali'i Dr Karanina Sumeo tells her story about being paid $40,000 less than someone who was doing the same job as her.
International Women's Day is a time to reflect on how far we've come in valuing, respecting and honouring the dignity of the women in our homes, communities, workplaces.
These organisations have endorsed the campaign to demand pay transparency.