The proposal for a Directive on transparency and wage equality presented by the Commission on 4 March 2021 confirms the saying that “knowledge is power”: the gender pay gap can be faced and solved if workers and, especially, female workers are enabled to know the salaries of their peers. Technology helps overcome privacy issues on a sensitive aspect of the employment relationship.

EU Strategy against gender pay gap through wage transparency: the best is yet to come.

anna zilli
2021

Abstract

The proposal for a Directive on transparency and wage equality presented by the Commission on 4 March 2021 confirms the saying that “knowledge is power”: the gender pay gap can be faced and solved if workers and, especially, female workers are enabled to know the salaries of their peers. Technology helps overcome privacy issues on a sensitive aspect of the employment relationship.
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