Ľudmila Guerin, CEE Strategy & Transformation - People & Change Manager
Equal Salary Certification (ESC) can be either country-specific or global. The advantages of country-specific certification are that it can be used as pilot for ESC for that particular company. It is simpler in terms of project management, resource requirements and decision-making process and in the event of non-compliant results; the implementation of corrective actions is easier.
Global certification is more suitable for multinationals that want to demonstrate their non-discriminatory wage policy worldwide, as it is a more cost-efficient solution compared to individual country-specific certification thanks to the lower overall global coordination and local costs.
ESC is valid for three years and during this period, two monitoring audits take place. Certified companies have to demonstrate their ongoing commitment to a fair and non-discriminatory salary policy between men and women. ESC uses the regression method for data analysis of employee data such as age, years of service, education, experience, which reveals whether there is pay discrimination at the company.
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