Accountability and Transparency -The Gender Pay Gap

On the public services website, there is a report on Gender equality gap  closing between 2018 to 2019. It is said to be at its lowest at 10.5%, however the action paln declares that it will be accountable and transparent.

 The gender pay gap by each public sector entity, accompanied by numbers of women and men in each public sector entity must be published to be accountable and transparent to the NZ taxpayer

 

 

Why the contribution is important

Accountability and Transparency are frameworks for integrity and  confidence in our Public Services. An Action plan on the gender gap is not measurable for the achievement of closing the gender pay gap.

 New Zealand has committed to UN SDG 5. 

We must be confident that progress is being made towards achieving this goal by 2030

by Guinevere on March 04, 2021 at 08:40AM

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