At Corporate Diversity Pathways, our mission is simple: to position Australia for greater futures.
We are a management consulting firm, privileged to be recognised as the preferred partner in people, culture and performance, representing a diverse mix of public, private and community organisations. We partner with leaders, to encourage diversity of thought leadership to accelerate change, position their organisation for growth, resulting in increased revenue and profit. We ensure every decision we make to support the unique requirements of our clients represents an evidence-based approach, enthused with research, data and analytics. Our fully customised 6-Step People Culture & Performance suite of leadership consultative services helps develop and implement a Diversity & Inclusion strategy that compliments and delivers on corporate strategy.
As we look ahead into the future, our leaders will be those who empower their employees through Diversity + Inclusion. In Australia, companies are realising that Diversity + Inclusion are good for business. With 46% of the workforce represented by women, inclusive targets of 50% of women represented on leadership teams are being set and achieved by Boards, CEO's and Heads of Diversity + Inclusion (WGEA).
HOW CAN WE SUPPORT YOU?
OUR TRUSTED PARTNERS
"We help our public, private and community sector clients meet the needs of an increasingly global and diverse world. Organisations committed to being recognised as an employer of choice for women, bring about rapid and significant change when choosing CDP as their 'partners in people and performance'."
Jeromine Alpe, CEO Corporate Diversity Pathways
FACTS AND FIGURES
This year, Equal Pay Day will be on Friday 31 August, marking the 62 additional days from the end of the previous financial year that women must work to earn the same pay as men.
More organisations are implementing formal policies and/or strategies on remuneration with specific pay equity objectives.
Female representation on boards is static (24.9%) and few management teams are reporting pay equity metrics to the board.
More employers have a policy or strategy for flexible working (up 5.3pp to 68.3%) but only about a quarter offer manager training on flexibility.
Women are just 38.4% of all managers; but with 43.4% of manager appointments in 2016-17 going to women, gender balance in leadership is set to continue improving.