Official supporters

Official supporters

The WGEA Pay Equity Official Supporter program invites peak, professional, industry and advocacy organisations to publicly stand up for pay equity and share why action is essential for driving business and organisational performance. The program provides a platform with which to engage your members and stakeholders to take action using WGEA tools and resources.

By becoming a Pay Equity Official Supporter, you are playing a critical role in driving change within your sphere of influence.

Benefits include:

  •  Play an essential leadership role in a significant national awareness campaign
  • Access to high quality shareable content for distribution and engagement with your members and stakeholders
  • Showcase leading practice amongst your members
  • Augment your professional education and events offering
  • Drive change through your profession/ industry
  • Be recognised as an official supporter on the ‘In Your Hands’ campaign website.

What’s involved?

There are a number of ways for Official Supporters to get involved and support the campaign including:

  • Profiling the campaign on your website
  • Profiling the campaign across other communication channels
  • Publish an article, interview, blog or newsletter
  • Participate in media interviews or publicly share view
  • Providing a personalised quote
  • Host an event, roundtable, conference and invite WGEA to speak
  • Profiling the WGEA pay equity workshops
  • Profile the campaign using social media
  • Incorporate or promote the WGEA tools and resources into your professional development/ educational offering
  • Make a financial contribution to the campaign

We are open to working with you on other ways your organisation can support and engage with the campaign. Contact our Partnerships team at [email protected] or 02 9432 7000 to find out more about becoming an Official Supporter.

Below is a list of current official supporters:

Australian Council of Social Services

Australian Human Rights Commission

Australian Human Resources Institute

Australian Industry Group

Australian Institute of Management

Australian Centre for Leadership for Women

Australian Women in Resources Alliance

Business Council of Australia

Chambers of Minerals and Energy WA

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand


Department of Local Government and Communities WA

DFP Recruitment Services

Diverse City Careers

Diversity Council of Australia

Economic Security4Women

Fair Work Ombudsman


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National Association of Women in Construction


Recruitment and Consulting Services Association

The 100% Project

Women on Boards

Women in Mining and Resources WA

Women in Technology