Employees by gender
Gender representation remains relatively constant across the business, with an improvement at the Executive level in FY20.
Includes fixed term, permanent full-time, and permanent part-time employees on a headcount basis as at 30 June. Excludes casuals, labour hire and contract workers.
In recognition that there is a greater diversity of gender identity within the workforce, AGL’s data systems have been updated to allow employees to record their gender as male, female or transgender. AGL will not report our people data based on male/female/transgender until the number of transgender employees recording their preferred gender in our employee systems reaches a threshold at which privacy can be protected.
In November 2018, AGL transitioned to the Workday Human Resources Information System which resulted in changed employee groupings. From FY19 onwards, groupings are based on AGL's management structure, which no longer categorises Team Leaders separately.
NR: Not reported
Historical information is available in the download file.
Increases in female representation at the senior manager level from FY19 reflects the impact of a revised cohort as a result of reporting system changes.
FY20 data does not include Southern Phone Company's 131 employees and Perth Energy's 48 employees as they were not fully integrated into AGL's human resource systems as at 30 June 2020.