WGEA Gender Pay Gap Statement

WGEA Reporting Year 2022 / 2023

Suncare Community Services 2023 Gender Pay Gap Employer Statement:


Suncare provides innovative and personalised in-home care and community services to Queensland’s vulnerable people.   Our vision is making people’s lives better and our goal is to support vulnerable people to live life their way.  Suncare provides care services to our customers which includes nursing, allied health, housekeeping and domestic assistance, transport, home and garden maintenance, meal services, social support and respite, and NDIS.  Key to Suncare’s outstanding customer care delivery is Suncare’s commitment to choosing staff who demonstrate passion and motivation and share our vision and values.

Suncare is a long-time contributor to WGEA annual reporting.  Publishing Suncare’s gender gap publicly exhibits how Suncare promotes gender equity and pay equity throughout the organisation.

Suncare is pleased to announce that within the WGEA 2022-2023 reporting period, our commitment to gender equity and pay equity has resulted in Suncare’s Gender Pay Gap being affirmed as 0.1%. The WGEA Industry Benchmark and interpretation provides that the closer to 0, the smaller the Pay Gap. Suncare’s Gender Pay Gap also sits well below the WGEA Industry Benchmark Gender Pay Gap of 2.2%  

Suncare welcomes the Government’s focus on the Gender Pay Gap, and we are continuously and diligently working to ensure our well-established policies continue to support gender and pay equity, which is part of Suncare’s culture overall.

Suncare will work to bolster existing policies ensuring all aspects of the Gender Equality Indicators (GEI) are fully supported.