Tracking equality at work 2018: summary and recommendations

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New Zealand. Human Rights Commission

Abstract:

Everyone has the right to work. The right to work is a fundamental human right that is set out in international law. It guarantees workers should be free from discrimination and have the right to equal pay for equal work. Whether workers are treated fairly, with dignity and can adequately support themselves and their families is a measure of how equal a society is. Tracking Equality at Work is a web-based interactive tool, updated every two years, that measures equality at work. It includes data1 on four key aspects of work: employment, pay, leadership and discrimination, using 26...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Equity; Employment; Income; Disability; Gender; Indigenous people; Participation; Disadvantaged

Keywords: Wage; Wage differential; Comparative analysis; Labour force participation; Minimum wage; Trend; Unemployment; Underemployment; Ethnicity; Minority group; Leadership; Discrimination; Sexual harassment; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: New Zealand; Oceania

Published: [Wellington, New Zealand]: Human Rights Commission, 2018

Physical description: 15 p.

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https://www.hrc.co.nz/news/equality-work-improving-glacial-pace/

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 134.58

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