- Gender Statistics Database
The gender pay gap in the EU stands at 16 % and has barely changed in the last decade. In most ...31 Spalis 2019
- Toolkit page
... policy actions at EU and Member State levels, the gender pay gap persists. In 2018, on average, women’s gross hourly pay was 14.8 % lower ...
... to strengthen the application of the principle of equal pay for equal work or work of equal value between men and women through pay ... for workers doing the same work, as well as gender pay gap reporting obligations for big companies. The proposal aims to strengthen ...
... National Equality bodies (NEBs) with expertise on equal pay issues to explore solutions to close the gender pay gap. The workshop gave the opportunity to share and learn about national ...
... Carlien Scheele delivered this speech at a public hearing on pay transparency organised by the European Economic and Social Committee on 5 ... founding treaty includes a commitment to end the gender pay gap. Since 1957, we’ve been signed up to the principle that equal work of ...05 Gegužė 2021
... once again this well known and yet disturbing reality. The pay gap between women and men persists and there is little evidence of ...
- PublicationEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
This research note provides an overview of the gender pay gap across the EU, with insights on how it relates to the gender gap in overall ...29 Gegužė 2019
- NaujienosEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
The gender pay gap reveals the different realities that women and men face in their ...29 Gegužė 2019
... of the EU, the report gives an overview of the gender pay gap across the EU. It provides insights into the gender gap in overall earnings ...01 Sausis 2018
The gender pay gap will be the subject of a tripartite conference which will be organised in ...
- Study section
... women’s participation in the work force and closing the pay gap between women and men will have a positive impact on economic growth in the ...
- Toolkit pageEducation, Employment, Research
... earned slightly less than their male colleagues (the gender pay gap amounted to 2 %). This result reflects the implementation of the “Plan of ...