The time for debating wage inequality is over. The challenge now is how to navigate this complex issue and cut through the noise to pave the way for real change.
For your company to be successful—to add value, to build a strong reputation and to attract and retain top talent—it’s not enough to say you support equal pay for all. You need to prove it.
With the EQUAL-SALARY certification, you get to put your values into action. To back your words up with facts. To take a stand for what’s right.
Act now and help close the wage gap for good.
Why equal pay matters
The time for change is now
We strongly believe that equal pay is a basic human right. And the time has come to make our mission a reality.
That’s why we’ve committed to the principles of the United Nations Global Compact. And why we pledge to promote its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of ‘Gender Equality’ and ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth.’
EQUAL-SALARY is a member of EPIC – the Equal Pay International Coalition and is recognised by Equileap as a gender equality audit – because joining forces to gain momentum, be part of the big picture and finally tackle the gender pay gap around the globe in practice is part of our vision of a better world for both women and men.
When you show that your organization supports fair pay for all by getting EQUAL-SALARY certified, you send a strong message and set a powerful example. Because doing the right thing not only feels good; it’s contagious.
Let’s Talk Equal Pay
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Every Voice Counts
The equal pay movement is gaining momentum every day. Be sure to talk about it, spread the word and let the world know which side you stand on. Use your voice as a force for good and help make equal pay a reality.