Today, on the 27th of march, and it is Equal Pay Day. Until that day, women in our country are working to do the same, to be able to earn the amount that men are, last year ended. The gender pay gap is, on average, 24 per cent said women They are ready. Normally found in the Equal Pay Day activities that take place in order for the claim to pay to add power, but because of the measures to be taken against the corona virus, the campaign is completely digital.
finally, Everyone is called to be the online ambassador is to be Equal Pay Day message to post on social media. Or it’s Equal Pay Day, charter, online, and draw it.
They are ready to base themselves in the gender pay gap in the calculations of the Institute for the promotion of equality between men and women. On average, women earn 24 percent less than their male counterparts. In the private sector, the gap is larger (28 per cent) than those in the public sector (18 per cent). For the first time, focusing on the gap (v/m for the self-employed.
Especially of concern for children.
A large part of the gender pay gap is the unequal sharing of unpaid work, in the opinion of the women’s movement. “It’s coming from the children’s place is often an obstacle to the careers of women. This is how it works, almost half of the women (44 per cent), part-time, compared with just one in ten (11 per cent) of the men. This is a part-time working women, primarily, and is much more likely than men to have caring responsibilities at any time. Also, systems such as parental leave, career break or time credit can be especially women.
if you are self-employed, who are not able to do this verlofsystemen, there is also a large wage gap between men and women. While female entrepreneurs at a very young age, significantly more money than the men, it will trend as soon as the children arrive. “In general, we speak of a gap (v/m) of 31 per cent for the self-employed workers in their main occupation, 11% are self-employed as secondary occupation, and 49% for the active retired,” said They, ” side.
as a part-time job, it is not the only determining factor. Even if all of the women are in full-time work, but they would still have a 10 per cent earn less than men, She states-side. “Women are over-represented in undervalued and low-paid sectors such as care or cleaning of the men in the technical and lucrative – ICT- or part-time. In addition, only one in three managers is a woman.”
a Call to policy-makers.
finally, The organisation calls on decision-makers in the definition of ‘full-time’ work to review. “There is a structural problem of the reconciliation of work and care responsibilities. The collective hours for all industries and for all categories of paid leave and supplementary employment, ensures a balanced division between work and private life. The measure applies to everyone, women have the same opportunities as men in order to make a career out of it.”
as with Other elements of the loonachterstand be able to eliminate his 100 per cent is reimbursed for pregnancy and geboorteverlof, or for a reform of the parental leave to the Swedish model, in which both parents are encouraged to have as many zorgtijd to take it. Finally, the application of the loonkloofwet on the 22nd of april, 2012 essential in the fight to loongelijkheid.
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