The diversity report provides more detail on our objectives, approach and commitments to make Macquarie a diverse and inclusive organisation.
Our Workforce Diversity policy has been developed to support Macquarie in building a diverse and inclusive culture. Endorsed by Macquarie’s Board and Executive Committee, it aims to publicly define Macquarie’s workforce diversity commitment and the structures to ensure it is realised.
In accordance with the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Cth), Macquarie lodged its 2019 annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. You may make comments on this report by contacting Macquarie’s EEO and Diversity Office or the Agency wgea.gov.au.
In accordance with the Gender Pay Gap reporting requirements effective from 6 April 2017, we have published our pay statistics for male and female employees in the United Kingdom (UK). All UK employing entities with over 250 members in their workforce are required to make this disclosure. Full detail of how this data is calculated is provided in the reports below.
1 Data for each year ending March 31 - excluding Division Head data which is as of 30 October 2011, 30 November 2012 and 30 November 2013. 2016 – 2020 data included all permanent employee regardless of their leave status
Senior Executive refers to Macquarie’s combined Division Director and Executive Director population.