- The workplace gender equality act 2012 aims to encourage measures that improve gender equality outcomes and has been designed to minimize the regulatory burden on business- WGEA
- The Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 aims to improve and promote equality for both women and men in the workplace. The principal objectives of the Act are to promote and improve gender equality, support employers to remove barriers to the full and equal participation of women in the workforce, promote the elimination of discrimination on the basis of gender in relation to employment matters, foster workplace consultation between employers and employees on issues concerning gender equality in employment and in the workplace, and improve the productivity and competitiveness of Australian business through the advancement of gender equality in employment and in the workplace- Equal Opportunity Commission
- The Workplace General Equality Act 2012 imposes annual reporting standards for private sector employers that employ 100 employees or more and is focused on "promoting and improving gender equality and outcomes for both women and men in the workplace."- K&L Gates
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