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Dan enakega plačila: ženske še vedno zaslužijo manj kot moški

Dan enakega plačila označuje datum, ki simbolizira, koliko dodatnih dni morajo ženske delati do konca leta, da zaslužijo toliko kot moški v istem letu. Letošnji dan enakega plačila je bil včeraj, 15. novembra.

Ženske v Evropski uniji še vedno zaslužijo manj kot moški, pri čemer povprečna razlika v plačilu med spoloma v EU znaša 13 %. To pomeni, da za vsak evro, ki ga zasluži moški, ženska zasluži samo 0,87 evra.  

»Dan enakega plačila nas opomni, da si še naprej prizadevamo za odpravo razlik v plačilu med spoloma. Enako plačilo za enako delo ali delo enake vrednosti je eno od temeljnih načel EU. Določeno je bilo z Rimsko pogodbo leta 1957. Vendar se je napredek pri odpravljanju razlik v plačilu med spoloma z leti upočasnjeval, letos pa ustavil. To nas opozarja, da spolni stereotipi še naprej vplivajo na ženske in moške na vseh področjih življenja, tudi na delovnem mestu,« sta v izjavi poudarili podpredsednica za vrednote in preglednost Věra Jourová in evropska komisarka za enakost Helena Dalli. 

Pojasnili sta tudi, da je junija letos začela veljati direktiva o preglednosti plačil, ki bo delavcem omogočala uveljavljati enako plačilo za enako delo ali delo enake vrednosti s pravico do informacij o plačilu.

Zahteva po zagotavljanju enakega plačila je določena v členu 157 PDEU in direktivi EU o enakih možnostih ter enakega obravnavanja moških in žensk pri zaposlovanju in poklicnem delu.

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