CELEBRATING BEST PRACTICE
We are excited to announce the 2017 YWCA Equal Pay Awards sponsors are Coca-Cola Amatil NZ, SKYCITY Entertainment Group and AUT, each with their own outstanding Diversity and equal pay track records.
If you can answer yes to two or more of these questions, then you are eligible to enter.
To enter the Equal Pay Awards and be recognised for the work you are doing in Equal Pay, simply click the link below to complete the online entry form.
A small non-refundable administration fee of $350 + GST applies – this includes Best Practice Compact Assessment.
Make this your chance to step forward, be recognised and celebrate your success.
Entries close: 15th September 2017
Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Thursday 9th November.
A SME organisation is a company that employs between 2-50 staff (FTE), as defined by the Auckland Chamber of Commerce. Organisations at this level are typically smaller businesses implementing initiatives, processes, practices and cultural intent to address equal pay. This includes both formal policies and strategies and informal practices or ‘the way we do things around here’. .
Organisations at this level are typically in planning stages of implementing initiatives, processes, practices, cultural intent and commitment to address equal pay
Organisations at this level are typically in the process or implementation stages of applying initiatives, processes, practices, cultural intent and commitment to address equal pay.
These organisations have used a range of diagnostic tools, processes and systems implemented to draw insights regarding equal pay within the organisation. Implemented initiatives, processes and practices have been reviewed / evaluated and may be communicated within the organisation or externally.
Organisations at this level are typically creating and evolving strategies to establish a direct link between implemented initiatives, processes, practices and cultural intent with the organisation’s people strategy to address equal pay.
These organisations have used a range of diagnostic tools, processes and systems implemented to draw insights and create action plans to address equal pay within the organisation. Implemented initiatives, processes and practices have been reviewed, assessed and revised and strategies have been communicated throughout the organisation.
Gold award recipients will demonstrate best practice and will be acknowledged as a leader in equal pay and be prepared to share learnings for others to follow. Organisations at this level are held up and recognised as leaders in the field of addressing equal pay.
Each judging criteria involves the satisfaction of, or the demonstration of, progress towards achieving the specified requirements. YWCA Auckland will categorise entries based on your answers.
Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 09 522 8219 and we can help with your entry.