This report presents key guiding frameworks and 38 illustrative policies and practices for companies to promote gender equality at work, with focus on five key areas:
1. Achievement of equal pay for work of equal value;
Author:ILO, EU and UN Women
Publisher:ILO, EU and UN Women
This guidance note forms part of a toolkit to help companies implement the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs). It shows that investing in family-friendly policies, such as parental, maternity and paternity leave, make business sense and benefit both employers and employees.
The Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) provide a framework to help companies of all sizes deepen their commitment to gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community.
The private sector plays a key role in tackling gender-based violence in the world of work. Within this context, this guidance note focuses on preventing and addressing harassment in the workplace.
Based on the WEPs Guidance Note, Closing Gender Pay Gaps to Achieve Gender Equality at Work, this Action Card gives a snapshot at the recommendations for achieving equal pay for work of equal value at
The Women’s Empowerment Principles Gender Gap Analysis Tool (WEPs Tool) is a business-driven tool designed to help companies from around the world assess gender equality performance across the workplace, marketplace, and community.
Author:UN Women and UN Global Compact
Publisher:UN Women and UN Global Compact
The Diagnosis for Equal Remuneration (DIR) is a new self-evaluation tool developed by UN Women for companies and organizations committed to equality. It supports them in assessing whether they are applying the "Equal Pay for Equal Value Work" principle in line with the ILO Convention No. 100.
This guidance note on “Closing Gender Pay Gaps to Achieve Gender Equality at Work” forms part of a tool kit to help companies implement the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs).
Author:WE EMPOWER - G7 Programme
Publisher:WE EMPOWER - G7 Programme