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Gender Equality Committee to discuss pay and workplace conditions with representatives from ICTU

21 Sep 2022, 16.32

The Joint Committee on Gender Equality will meet on Thursday, September 22nd to discuss the recommendations of the Citizens’ Assembly on Gender Equality regarding Pay and Workplace Conditions with representatives from ICTU. 

The Committee will discuss recommendations 32-36 of the report which can be read in full here.


The meeting will take place in Committee Room 2 of Leinster House between 09:00-12:00.


Committee Cathaoirleach Deputy Ivana Bacik said: “We look forward to discussing recommendations relating to pay and workplace conditions particularly as we emerge from the pandemic and workplaces try to implement hybrid, flexible and remote working schemes."

“In its report, the Citizens’ Assembly on Gender Equality recommended that the State should set targets in legislation to reduce the hourly gender pay gap from 14% to 9% by 2025 and to 4% by 2030 with a view to eliminating it by 2035."


“The report also recommended that the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill should be enacted and implemented without delay and the new law should include penalties for non-compliance and an obligation for annual reporting."


“We also look forward to discussing the recommendations relating to the pay gap, the minimum wage and the right to collective bargaining”

Watch the meeting live here or on the Oireachtas smartphone app for Apple and Android.

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Committee membership

Deputies

Labour Party

Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin

Green Party

Fianna Fáil

People Before Profit-Solidarity

Fianna Fáil

Senators

Fianna Fáil

Green Party

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