Gender segregation in employment still prevails in most Central and Eastern European countries. In the labour market, low-paid occupations in health and education, public sector and services are as a rule female dominated. Women are very often paid less for work of equal value.
May 11, 2012
Significant gender differences with regard to wages and remuneration are prevalent in labour markets in every country of the world. In the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, however, they seem particularly high. According to one study, women’s average net wage in 2006 was 27.4 per cent lower than that of men. The paper provides an important overview of women’s employment in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in the last 15 years, and presents a picture of gender equality in today’s labour market through data and the review of literature.
Where we are, and where we want to be - Views of workers, employers and government on the situation of women at work
07 March 2014
To mark the International Women’s Day in 2014, the ILO Budapest Office started to collect views of its Central and Eastern European members on progress achieved and challenges ahead for women at work in the region.
12 November 2013
The Montenegrin Employers Federation (MEF) published a report entitled Assessment of the environment for women entrepreneurship in Montenegro with the financial and technical assistance of the ILO. ILO Online asked Ms Zvezdana Oluic, Head of PR and Marketing Sector about the results of the survey.
24 October 2012
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on the 8th of October 2012 to kick-start cooperation in the area of gender equality in the Ukrainian world of work.