Vision & mission
On one hand, official statistics indicate women earn on average about 20% less than men do. On the other hand, many companies claim their salary policies – and their implementation – do not discriminate against women. In the absence of hard facts, because salary data are usually not divulged, whom to believe?
Thanks to the equal-salary certification, companies now have the opportunity to prove that, salary wise, they offer equal opportunities to women and men.
Internally, such a public commitment to an ethical approach regarding wages reinforces staff motivation. Externally it facilitates attracting and recruiting the best possible female candidates while generally enhancing the overall image of the company or the organization.
equal-salary was founded on the twin concepts of Equity, in the sense of fairness, and Quality as befitting a company’s systematic and coherent quest for quality in its management systems.