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Grow the Talent Pool

Insights on gender representation, diversity and inclusion in property

Produced in conjunction with the Property Council of Australia, this is the second wave of research exploring women’s entry into the property industry and their career progression. It also includes a new focus on men’s and women’s experience of everyday sexism in the workplace.

Grow the talent pool: Insights on gender representation, diversity and inclusion in property involved a survey of more than 2,600 employees across 18 Property Male Champions of Change (PMCC) companies. The report was supported by interviews with 20 women in diverse roles and different stages of their careers to capture their pathways into property and their experience of the industry.

The findings from this report contribute to the growing body of evidence which supports diversity and inclusion as a business enabler. In a time of increasing change and disruption, further advancement of genuine diversity and inclusion help the PMCC and other property leaders to accelerate change across the industry.

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Download the report for insights into:

1 Normalising flexibility and caring

2 Embracing diversity and inclusion

3 Increasing support for pay equity

4 Supporting women to progress to leadership roles

5 Addressing everyday sexism

6 Building inclusion

Key findings

This report highlights a number of significant changes over the last two years, and many of these changes are positive.

1

Workplace flexibility is increasingly normalised and more workplaces accommodate caring responsibilities for both men and women.

2

There is greater awareness around the gender pay gap among men, and many companies have taken long strides to close that gap.

3

People believe the industry is much more diverse and inclusive than it was just two years ago.

1

Workplace flexibility is increasingly normalised and more workplaces accommodate caring responsibilities for both men and women.

2

There is greater awareness around the gender pay gap among men, and many companies have taken long strides to close that gap.

3

People believe the industry is much more diverse and inclusive than it was just two years ago.

Report feature

Behind the statistics are unique and inspiring stories of 20 women at all stages of their careers and in each sector of the property industry. Each of their stories describes their journey, defining moments and career lessons as well as their view on the Property industry’s diversity agenda and potential for women.

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