Construction of a Job Remuneration Evaluation System in the Collective Agreements (CA) of the Clothing and Leather Industries

Construction of a Job Remuneration Evaluation System in the Collective Agreements (CA) of the Clothing and Leather Industries

Promoter: Federation of Textile, Wool, Clothing, Footwear and Leather Workers' Unions of Portugal (FESETE)

Partners:

INDUSTRIALL EUROPEAN TRADE UNION

FELLESFORBUNDET

ANIVEC/APIV - Associação Nacional das Indústrias de Vestuário e Confecção

APIC – Associação Portuguesa dos Industriais de Curtumes

EEA Grants: 200,858

Total Amount: 223,175

Programme:

 

What is the project about?

The project Construction of a Job Remuneration Evaluation System in the Collective Agreements (CA) of the Clothing and Leather Industries' with a view for improving the Quality of Employment and promoting Equality aims to reinforce the knowledge and capacity of workers and employers organizations through the creation of a system of evaluation of job functions and remunerations for the professional categories of the production area in the clothing and leather sectors, anchored in the methodology of job evaluation without gender bias, with the aim of promoting social dialogue and collective bargaining expurgated from gender pay discrimination and concomitantly, promoting the quality of employment and equal opportunities between women and men.

It is an Open Call #1 project: System for assessing the value of work and pay and development of instruments for measuring gender inequalities in work organizations.

 

What will it achieve?

  • Create job evaluation indicators for the professional categories of production of the clothing and leather sectors, using the methodology of job evaluation without gender bias.

  • Contribute to the knowledge and information of trade union leaders, union delegates and members of collective bargaining groups, trade union and employer associations, on gender pay discrimination and equal opportunities for women and men.

  • Disseminate the results of the project with a view of promotion, through collective bargaining at sectoral and company level, of equal opportunities for men and women in the labour market.

  • Contribute, with the support of information and communication technologies, to the dissemination of the project and the sharing of good practices on the theme "equal opportunities for women and men".

 

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