Free knowledge-sharing webinar
Real-World Guidance to Tackle Your Company’s Gender Pay Gap
In less than a year — due to Australia’s new Workplace Gender Equality Amendment (Closing the Gender Pay Gap) Bill — private sector employers with 100+ workers will have to publish gender pay gap data.
With no time to waste, WORK180 collaborated with three leading employers (Cisco, EY, and CSL) to create a knowledge-sharing webinar that will help your team:
- Understand and address the cause of your company’s pay gap
Gain buy-in from key stakeholders and start making an impact
- Embrace transparency and communicate your pay gap effectively
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More about the webinar
Passed in the Australian Parliament in March, the Workplace Gender Equality Amendment (Closing the Gender Pay Gap) Bill 2023 is a crucial reform to drive transparency and action toward closing the gender pay gap. This webinar is here to help organizations prepare for, embrace, and benefit from this transparency.
Hosted by CEO and Co-Founder Gemma Lloyd, the one-hour event reveals lessons from organizations successfully driving workplace equity. As well as advice on closing pay gaps, the panelists also discuss how to manage brand perception while still on the road to progress.
Meet the panelists
Oceania DE&I Leader at EY
Alex’s experience to date has been gained from working in human resources (HR) and commercial roles in multi-lateral and multi-disciplinary organisations including professional services, listed companies, fortune 500, federal government, franchising, and start-ups, with operations spanning across Europe, UK, Australia, Asia Pacific, and North America.
She joined EY in November 2014 and has spent the last three years building out EY’s current and future diversity and inclusion strategies across the Oceania region. Her recent focus has been on social equity, trust, and respect at work. EY’s DE&I effort has earned external recognition for their neurodiversity employment program and EY was a Work180s Equitable Workplace Award recipient.
Alex holds a Masters degree in Human Resources Management (HRM) and is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (UK) and a Certified Practitioner with the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
Head of People & Communities at Cisco, Australia & New Zealand
Julie Netkow was appointed as Cisco’s head of people & communities (P&C) for Australia & New Zealand in April 2023.
In her role, Julie is responsible for partnering with business leaders and helping to shape the Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) business strategy. Her role is to create and align talent solutions to enable performance and accelerate Cisco’s growth. The ANZ people & communi8es team strives to build the best talent and workplace culture, providing services to over 1,500 people across Australia & New Zealand.
Over the past 10 years, Julie has built her career at Cisco on the belief that broadening her exposure across the organization shapes her ability to think differently and react with more empathy. She has challenged herself by taking on vastly different roles including partnering with different business functions across the region, leading a team to simplify how the P&C team leverages insights to drive outcomes, and spearheaded regional projects as the Asia Pacific, Japan and China P&C chief of staff. She was most recently the compensation leader for the region.
Before joining Cisco Julie spent over 10 years in generalist roles in the United States in the high-tech manufacturing and supply chain logistics industry.
Julie believes that we all can play a part, large or small, in helping build a beVer world. Whether they are the actions you take or the behaviors you exhibit, the environment and people are influenced by the decisions you make.
Associate Director Compensation at CSL
Anthony Dillon is a highly qualified Human Resources – Remuneration professional with over 18 years experience globally across a variety of HR functional areas, in small and large organizations. Today, he is the Associate Director Compensation at CSL, a leading global biotech company developing and and delivering innovative biotherapies and influenza vaccines that save lives, and help people with life-threatening medical conditions. In 2019, CSL was recognized for the second year running by Forbes as a Best Employer for Diversity. In 2018, Forbes also ranked CSL among the top 50 employers on its Global 2000 survey and Thomson Reuters included CSL in its top 100 global Diversity and Inclusion Index.
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