Kia Tū Ranga, MBIE’s Pay Gap Action Plan

We created our first Gender Pay Action Plan in 2018 to address the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) gender pay gap. This plan sets out the progress we have made to date and the next steps in our journey.

MBIE’s Pay Gap Action Plan forms a part of our wider Inclusion and Diversity plan to meet Government expectations on equal pay. The next steps in our journey are aligned with Kia Toipoto (Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan).

You can find out from about Kia Toipoto requirements and guidance here:

Kia Toipoto – Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021–24(external link) — Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission

MBIE’s Pay Gap Journey: Progress from 2018-2022

MBIE is continuing to make strong progress towards closing the pay gaps. MBIE’s gender pay gap has reduced from 20.2% in 2016 to 13.2% in September 2022, with a low of 11.1% in early 2022.


Last updated: 04 May 2023