- Policy areaEmployment
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in employment Malta The Maltese Equality Mark is a national gender ... the labour market, as well as women’s restricted access to rights and assets worldwide. No country in the world has fully closed the ...05 Kovas 2015
... gender gaps in the labour market relate to the rate of employment, part-time work, unpaid care and family responsibilities, access to rights and assets, working conditions, hourly wages and economic independence. ...18 Gruodis 2019
... to determine, defend and promote the economic and social rights of entrepreneurs and workers, to maintain harmonised economic, social ...
- Good practicePoverty
Involuntary part-time employment limits economic independence The understanding that employment creates the conditions for social inclusion by providing income and ...17 Spalis 2016
- Good practiceEmployment
... at 46.8% for women aged 20-64. Women who are already in employment still face situations which make it difficult for them to stay in ... decided to promote the advantages of equal opportunity employment policies by launching a certification scheme for employers. The ...09 Kovas 2015
... the ageing workforce in the EU, which has implications for employment, working conditions, living standards and welfare. Coordinated by ... also outlines the impact of long-term demographic trends on employment, and examines lifelong participation in learning. This is followed ...30 Birželis 2017
- StruktūraIEFP - Instituto de Emprego e Formação Profissional ( Institute for Employment and Vocational Training
The Institute for Employment and Vocational Training is the Portuguese public employment service ... and treatment for men and women, non-discrimination, labour rights, family policies and parental rights, as well as the main training ...
- ProjectEmployment, Entrepreneurship
... of gender equality in the realisation of economic rights and independence, including access to employment, appropriate working conditions and control over economic resources. ...01 Sausis 2014
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... et al., 2019). AI is increasingly used in hiring or pre-employment assessments, which constitute a clear determinant of economic ...
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In 2017, the FTE employment rate in the EU was 41 % for women and 57 % for men, an increase of ... both genders from 2015. This maintains the gender gap in FTE employment unchanged at 16 p.p. over the period and shows that despite the ...
- Good practiceDigital agenda, Employment
... 10 percentage points lower than that of employed men. The employment gap is particularly large for women of maternal age and older. ... measures have contributed to improvements in women’s employment status in Hungary. Against this background, it is easier to ...08 Spalis 2018