Australia Talent Trends
Survey data shows women are the driving force behind growing effort levels in Australian workplaces. Discretionary effort among Australian female employees is almost 7% higher than their male colleagues, meaning women are more likely to go above and beyond for their employer. This comes at a time when effort levels across the country are on the rise; increasing 1.4% in 4Q.
Our data reveals female workers are less satisfied with their rewards (28.6%) compared to men (29.5%) and their perception of pay is also lower (57.3% versus 59.9%).
Organisations that proactively listen to the desires of the workforce can deliver an authentic, differentiated employee value proposition (EVP) that can increase retention and position the business as an employer of choice.