- Policy area
... How and when? Education, training and the integration of the gender dimension into the policy cycle The gender dimension can be ... area of security. These rely on all actors involved working together closely, across sectors and levels and among themselves, ...11 September 2020
... research institute and was established by the University of Warwick in 1981. The IER is one of Europe's leading centres for labour ... and local level. Research areas focus on work-life balance, working time, recruitment and retention and flexible working practices. ...
- Policy areaEmployment
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in employment Malta The Maltese Equality ... and assets (professions and decision-making positions). working conditions. hourly wages (gender pay gap). the possibilities ...05 March 2015
... presents a vision for 2020. This includes the manifest of employers state that the flexible forms (part time work, telework and rental work) should be encouraged in order to increase ...
- Toolkit page
... : Work practice that allows the employees a certain degree of freedom in deciding how the work will be done and how they will coordinate ... out work, such as flexi-time schemes, part-time, remote working/tele-working. Gender Equality Training (GET) : Is a ‘tool, ...
- Good practiceEmployment
... More than 130 companies, employing some 50,000 workers (7% of the workforce) have now been certified. The scheme is based on the European ... measures implemented at company level include: Some flexibility in office hours; Taking account of school holidays and the ...09 March 2015
- ResourceEmploymentAnaliza kolektivnih ugovora s aspekta ravnopravnosti spolova, jednakih mogućnosti i uravnoteženja privatnog i profesionalnog života
Office of the Gender Equality Ombudsperson conducted an analysis of the collective ... be made. Collective agreements comprise measures related to working time and free days (e.g. flexible working hours, extra vacation days ...
- Policy areaEconomic and financial affairs
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in Economic and Financial Affairs Belgium As ... and trade unions; and stresses that labour market flexibility must not come at the cost of forms of social protection such as ...05 March 2015
- Policy areaHealth
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in health Ireland Women’s Health Council, ... and there are more male deaths than female deaths in the working-age population (15 – 64 years). However, while living longer, ...05 March 2015
- Policy areaEntrepreneurship
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in entrepreneurship International Labour ... it can reduce the cost of childcare by providing increased flexibility and opportunities to work from home. However, in OECD countries, ...14 December 2015
... collective bargaining initiatives oriented to the prevention of gender discrimination (including the gender pay gap) and foster the ... use of the current legal instruments in relation to flexible working time, hours bank and part-time work; (iii) draw up and disseminate an ...
- Toolkit page
... enables more inclusive economic growth and the eradication of poverty and social exclusion. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is ... gender equality. Digitalisation may hold out the promise of flexibility, achievement and creativity for well-educated and highly skilled ...