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2021 International Equal Pay Day Online Event: Equal Pay, What Do We Gain?

On Friday September 17th 2021 (from 11:00 to 12:30 Paris Time), the Government of Iceland and OECD will be hosting an online-event where Margrét Vilborg, one of PayAnalytics' founders, will be speaking. After registering (registration is over), you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

2021 International Equal Pay Day Online Event: Equal Pay, What Do We Gain?

The event schedule

  • Opening remarks - Unnur Orradóttir-Ramette, Ambassador of Iceland in Paris
  • Introduction - Ulrik Knudsen, Deputy Secretary-General of the OECD What does the evidence say?
  • Monika Queisser, Head of Social Policy Division at the OECD - Closing the gender pay gap with data informed decisions
  • Margrét V. Bjarnadóttir, Professor of Management Science & Statistics at the University of Maryland and Founder of PayAnalytics - The legislation and equal pay index in France: obligation of results and progress
  • Muriel Pénicaud, Ambassador of France to the OECD & former Minister of Labour - Private sector perspective
  • Christine Theodorovics, Chief Strategic Development Officer Europe, AXA - Combating the biases that lead to gender pay gaps
  • Gabriela Ramos, Assistant Director-General for the Social and Human Sciences of UNESCO - Moderator
  • Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Director of the OECD Development Centre - Questions & Answers
Full schedule - 2021 International Equal Pay Day Online Event: Equal Pay, What Do We Gain?

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Ireland Rolls Out New Pay Equity Law
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Ireland Rolls Out New Pay Equity Law

This summer, Ireland implemented a far-reaching pay equity legislation, the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021. This legislation requires employers to begin reporting on their gender pay gaps. Companies will need to report differences in the mean and median pay between male and female employees. And if there’s a pay disparity, the company will need to provide a written explanation for it and outline any steps planned to close the gap.