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Making pay differences transparent / job classification systems


In Belgium a guidebook on job classificationfrançais available for employers and trade unions to avoid and eliminate gender bias in pay systems (2006).


In France, employers have a duty to provide information about women’s and men’s wages français, which has to be undertaken on an annual basis before pay negotiations. The legislation was strengthened in 2000 with provisions requiring employers to initiate annual negotiations on gender equality. 


In Portugal, there is an obligation for employers to declare the earnings of employees português, with the exception of central, regional and local administrations, public institutes and other collective public entities, as well as employers of domestic service workers. 


In Sweden, there is a duty on employers with ten employeespdf or more to provide gender specific pay statistics if requested. Trade unions or employee representatives have the right to request such statistics.

Please find here all the documents related to the gender pay gap.