Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

If you feel that you are being discriminated against due to your gender, or any other factor, with respect to your salary then we may be able to help you vindicate your rights. To speak with one of our experienced team, call (Free Phone) 1800 844 104 or complete our online enquiry form.

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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

Gender Pay Gap

The latest figures from the EU Commission show that the Gender Pay Gap in Ireland is 13.9% – in other words, women in Ireland are paid almost 14% less than men.

Europeans were asked about the most important aspects which an employer takes into account when recruiting a man or a woman. It is interesting to note that the criteria highlighted differ radically depending on whether the recruitment concerns a man or a woman.

  • The three most frequently mentioned criteria in the case of the recruitment of a woman are: whether she has children (49%), flexibility in terms of working hours (35%) and her appearance (33%).
  • For the recruitment of a man, the top three criteria are professional experience (40%), the level of his qualifications (38%) and the ability to be mobile (31%).

(Source: European Parliament Eurobarometer Flash survey (EB flash 371) )

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At Coleman Legal, we embrace all kinds of being and living, and therefore, we would be obliged to support anyone who is enduring resentment from a colleague, a manager, or even a customer at your workplace.

We urge all employers to adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards violence and discrimination, and to enforce procedures that protects employees appropriately, in compliance with the inherent right to the enjoyment of Human Dignity.

To speak with one of our experienced gender discrimination in the workplace team, call (Free Phone) 1800 844 104 or complete our online enquiry form.